The Five-Step Plan to

Attaining Any Goal

The Five-Step Plan to Attaining Any Goal

June 17, 2020

Ever felt stuck when it comes to trying to achieve a goal? This 5-step plan should help you get out of a slump and more!

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Have you ever experienced feeling stuck and unmotivated to try and reach for your goals? If you've found yourself struggling with trying to check things off of your goal list, this 5-step plan to achieving any goal should give you the right push!

With my guest Dr. David Turock, we discuss some key components in goal achievement and we dive into a bit of his background, where his methods of goal attainment have helped him through a rough childhood and a difficult period in his first marriage

 


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The 5-Step Plan to Achieving Any Goal

Have you ever vowed to do something — whether it’s as small as crossing an item off your weekend to-do list or as big as a career change — and then procrastinated for so long you never got around to it?

Sometimes, the things we really want to accomplish are so important to us, they induce a level of anxiety that can keep us from getting started. Other times, the sheer excitement we feel when we picture our goal can get overwhelming. And sometimes, we may just not even understand yet why we’re procrastinating at all.

Whatever your emotions, there is a way to address them and create a foolproof plan that allows you to achieve any goal. By creating a plan that not only breaks down the steps you have to do but also builds in steps to deal with the emotions that accompany your goals, you’ll be on your way to crossing off that to-do list or embarking upon the career you’ve always wanted. Here’s what to do:

1. Define the goal.
First, you want to get clear about what you’re trying to achieve. Think big but also think in a measurable way. You don’t want to get lost in the details, but you do want to be specific. So for example, if you want to get fit, instead of saying, “I’ll do 12 jumping jacks and 6 sit-ups and 20 push-ups on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays,” it’s better to commit to “I will be working out twice a week.”

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The High Functioning Hotspot Podcast is hosted by Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD and is produced by Simpler Media Productions.
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