The Language of Goal-Setting (II)

I think maybe our goals shouldn't exist out there. Our goals should be in here. I think maybe we should express our goals like this: "My goal is to be a person who hits his drives 210 yards and straight." Now the goal stops being an object, something we wish to possess. Now the goal is inside us. Stated this way, the goal becomes synonymous with us. It becomes the subject.

By making the goal something we wish to be, we open ourselves up to the change necessary to bring that goal about.

2 thoughts on “The Language of Goal-Setting (II)”

  1. I think goal setting should be framed in the future affirmative. Get in a state of having already acquired it. I am so grateful for an abundant life, filled with joy, contentment and self love.

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