Discussing Your Best Year Ever by Michael Hyatt

Major Points from this Episode:

  • It is essential to review your past to determine what worked and what didn’t.
  • Ask yourself – what success have you had, what do you regret, what can you do better?
  • Asking these reflective questions will help you grow.
  • Gratitude amplifies the good in our lives.
  • Design your future with SMARTER goals
  • Goals are never static and can be refined throughout the process.
  • S – Specific.  Narrow your goals to be as specific as possible.
  • M – Measurable.  Associate numbers with your goals (xx times per week, $$ per sale, etc.) and celebrate milestones.
  • A – Actionable.  Use action verbs not state of being verbs.
  • R – Risky.  Don’t play it safe.  Your goals should stretch you, and if they don’t, you are limiting your potential.
  • T – Time Keyed.  A deadline should always be assigned to each goal.  Don’t make them too distant.
  • E – Exciting.  They should inspire you and make you want to work.
  • R – Relevant.  Your goals are unique to you.  Don’t copy someone else’s goals, as they need to be in alignment with your life.

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Actionable Strategies:

  • Use Heather’s Daily Goals Document

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