Goal Setting How To Get Yourself To Accomplish Your Goals with Laura Posey

Passion is one of the best characteristics that can motivate a person. Not everyone possesses this kind of trait. But our guest for today is overflowing with passion. 

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In this episode, Laura Posey joins us. She is a chief instigator of simple success plans. She is a speaker and an author who loves to get things done.

Here are three reasons why you should listen to the full episode:

  1. Learn practical strategies to achieve goals.
  2. Gain inspiration and motivation if you want to achieve a smart goal.
  3. Overcome obstacles and challenges to personal goals.
Episode Highlights

How Laura Started

  • Her biggest inspiration and role-model is her grandfather
  • He opened her eyes to the world of entrepreneurship. 
  • She is an inspiration for people who want to go into the entrepreneurial world.

Create a New Set of Habits to Achieve Your Goal

  • When creating new habits, it's important to start small. Focus on one habit at a time. This will help you avoid becoming overwhelmed. You will increase the likelihood that you will stick with the new habit.
  • Create a long-term goal for when, where, and how you will perform the new habit. Having a new goal can help you stay on track and make it easier to follow through.
  • Keep track of your progress in a journal or app to help you stay accountable and motivated. Set a goal-setting tracker and work on reaching your goals. Celebrate your successes and adjust your plan if necessary.
  • Consistency is key when creating new habits. Try to perform the new habit at the same time and place each day to help make it a natural part of your routine.
  • To stay motivated, remind yourself why the new habit is important to you. Visualize the benefits of achieving your goals. You can find an accountability partner or join a community to help you stay motivated.

Find Yourself a Mentor and Set Goals

  • Before finding a mentor, it's important to identify your action plan. What do you hope to achieve? This will help you find a mentor who has experience and expertise in your area of interest.
  • Look for a mentor who has relevant experience and knowledge in the area you want to improve. They should be someone you admire and respect and who has achieved success in a similar field.
  • Reach out to potential mentors and try to make a connection. Attend events or conferences where they may be speaking, or ask for an introduction from a mutual contact.
  • When approaching a potential mentor, be clear about your specific goal. What do you hope to gain from the relationship? This will help you both set clear goals and expectations for the mentorship.
  • Remember that your mentor is likely busy and has many other commitments. Be respectful of their time and make sure to come prepared with specific questions and topics to discuss.
  • Show gratitude for your mentor's time and expertise. Express your appreciation regularly and let them know how their guidance has helped you achieve your goals.

Don’t Spread Yourself Too Thinly

  • Identify your major goal and focus your time and energy on those. It's better to set a goal than to spread yourself and make little progress on many things.
  • Saying no to commitments that don't align with your priorities can help you avoid overextending yourself. It's important to set boundaries and prioritize your time to achieve your goals.
  • Use your time and plan your day or week ahead of time. This can help you stay focused on your goals and avoid getting sidetracked by distractions or low-priority tasks.
  • Make sure to take care of yourself by getting enough sleep, eating well, and exercising. Taking care of your physical and mental health can help you stay focused and avoid burning out.
  • If possible, delegate tasks to others or outsource tasks that are not your strengths. This can help you focus on what you do best and free up time for the things that are unrealistic.
  • Be realistic about what you can accomplish in a given period of time. Set achievable goals and break them down into smaller tasks to make progress over time.
  • Don't try to do everything at once, as this can lead to feeling overwhelmed and spreading yourself too thinly.

About Laura

Laura Posey is a speaker and author. For over 20 years, she brings sales market and strategic planning experience to her clients. She is the bright mind behind the book How To Plan Your Entire Year On One Sheet Of Paper & Six Secrets of a Sales Magnet.

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