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Shift From Point A to Point B Year End Challenge Day 4 – Setting Goals (pt 2)

November 11, 2015 Leave a comment

Day 4 Six Reason for Setting Goals 2

 6 key reasons why setting goals is so important (part 2)

When you set a goal for yourself, you determine whether or not you reach it. You tell yourself you’re going to do it, so you answer to yourself if you don’t. It’s up to you to make the action happen.

Here are the last three (3) key reasons why setting goals is so important:

Makes you accountable to yourself. When you set a goal for yourself, you determine whether or not you reach it.

Help you reach your potential. How will you ever know what you can do in life if you don’t try. Not having goals will keep you from growing.

Live life to the fullest. Having goals and reaching them helps you live a much happier life. Instead of dreaming, you can actually be doing it.

Assignment for Days 3 & 4:

  1. Where would you like to be one year from now?  
  2. What motivates you in life?  
  3. What things do you focus the most on in your life? Is it family, finances, or simply getting through the day?

Shift From Point A to Point B Year End Challenge Day 3 – Setting Goals

November 11, 2015 Leave a comment

Day 3 Six Reasons For Goals

6 key reasons why setting goals is so important (part 1)

 Goals are important in life for many reasons. Here are the first three (3):

Helps you envision your future. It gives you an opportunity to start working toward something that is going to make YOU happy.

Gives you motivation. Whenever there’s a need in your life, there will be motivation to fill that need. Setting a  goal        toward something will help you see what  life would be like if you got that goal.

Keeps your focus on what’s important. Wherever your focus is will be where you exert your time and energy.

Assignment for Day 3:

Where would you like to be one year from now?

What motivates you in life?

What things do you focus the most on in your life? Is it family, finances, or simply getting through the day?

SHIFT – From Point A to Point B Year End Challenge Day 2 – Shifting Focus

November 9, 2015 Leave a comment

Day 2 Shitfing Focus

On of the main reasons why you may not have achieved some of the goals that you set at the beginning of year is you may have shifted your focus to the other things that interests you instead of the goals that you wanted to achieve. On this audio I will teach you some tips that will help you focus on your year-end goals and on improving yourself to finish strong.

Listen to Day 2 training audio here: http://stme.in/TMB1qVOdZ

Here is the assignment for Day 2:

1.  Take some time to reflect on this past year. What were your reasons for setting the specific goals you had for this year?

2.  Write down your year-end goals (include the ones you need to get started on or need to pick back up), anywhere and everywhere.

3.  Devise a well-defined schedule to work on your year-end goals.

 

 

Don’t Lose Sight of Your Vision

October 6, 2013 Leave a comment

Do you have a dream or vision that God has given you and you are uncertain about how to get there? Are you in transition, thus far the directions have been clear, but now the vision is unclear? Is your vision unclear?

In the Message Bible there is a passage of scripture found in Mark 8:22-25 which reads, “They arrived at Bethsaida. Some people brought a sightless man and begged Jesus to give him a healing touch. Taking him by the hand, he led him out of the village. He put spit in the man’s eyes, laid hands on him, and asked, “Do you see anything?” He looked up. “I see men. They look like walking trees.” So Jesus laid hands on his eyes again. The man looked hard and realized that he had recovered perfect sight, saw everything in bright, twenty-twenty focus.”

There are times in pursing your life’s purpose or pursuing success when your vision can become cloudy or a little unclear, especially if you are taking a leap of faith to the next level. Having unclear vision about your next step can be the launching pad you need to boldly go forth into something bigger and better than where you are. Your challenge is to hold firmly to your vision as you go to the next level. In other words, don’t lose sight of the vision. Keep the vision before you by refreshing it.

In this passage of scripture there are several things that took place to help this man receive his sight. From this passage of scripture here are some practical strategies you can apply to your journey as you go to the next level in your business, ministry or life.

1. Start by asking yourself the questionCan I See Anything Now?
You may have only a glimpse of what you should be doing or where you are headed.

2. Acknowledge that you can see something and then write down what you see even if it doesn’t make much sense to you right now.
Writing down what you see puts your vision in plain sight. This helps you to stay focused.

3. Take yourself outside of the comfort zone of family and friends so that you can position yourself to receive clear vision and directions.
You may have to isolate yourself for a season to refocus.

4. Pray for another touch.

Remember, Proverbs 29:18 says, “Without a vision the people perish.” Without revelation about your life’s purpose you will perish. Your potential for success will be hindered. As you go through life don’t let anything shake your confidence, causing you to stumble. Become the gatekeeper of your mind and eyes. Protect your vision – don’t lose sight of it.

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