Use Goal Zeroing to Simplify Your Next Three Months
Process is what creates greatness, not inspiration.
If you fall into the category of hustler, mover, shaker, go-getter — you might be too freakin’ tired when you take a hard look at your goals. Maybe they scare you.
Are you guilty of goal sprinkling — you work on a little bit of this then a little bit of that? What a waste of energy. Having too many goals at one time can be distracting.
Here’s how to take the pressure off and get better results…
Use Goal Zeroing — cut out all other goals and focus on ONE, to the point where no other goals exist.
Pressure builds up when you know you have enough time to work on your goals. You think to yourself, ok I have to use this time wisely, don’t waste it, get something done you idiot…
That’s already stressing you out. Stress stifles creativity and promotes inflexibility. That’s the opposite of what you want.
The pressure to achieve goals is the reason you don’t reach them.
All things have a time. The seasons. Growing. Aging. Goals need time to germinate just like a flower but they need water first.
Give your goals a glass of water with a smile.
I’m at my worst when all my unfinished goals hit me at once. Avoid letting them flood in and drown you. If you have too much to do, you won’t do anything.
Having a single focus for the right amount of time, then moving on is the right way to manage your goals. They can all play nice, wait their turn, and hang out in your nightstand until your ready to let them out.
Here how to attack the goal with Goal Zeroing:
Time intervals (30 min)
Interval block (3 tasks per day)
Interval period (3 to 6 months)