On our way to creating desired results in any significant area of our lives, many of us don’t reach those ultimate goals. Why? I think the reason most of us fail to get what we want, is that we fail to complete the first unbreakable rule of getting what we want. That unbreakable rule is to clearly identify and describe in detail exactly what we want. That may seem like a very simple step, but it turns out to be the main obstacle standing in our way – failing to clearly and fully identify what we want. We may have an idea of what we want, or wish we could do, be, or accomplish something, but we fail to describe it all in detail. The funny thing is that we’re pretty awesome at identifying what we don’t want. Fortunately however, we can use truth as our guide. The truth is, where we focus our energy, is exactly where all our energy goes. So the cause effect relationship would be that what we focus on most – is also what we tend to create most in our lives.
Today, I want to focus in on this key area of what life coaching help with. That is, getting clear on and identifying exactly what we want in each significant area of our lives. Then once that is established, next we can we keep those goals in our focus as often as possible and thus we can concentrate on taking action towards their attainment.
Identify What You Want With These 10 Effective Questions
Can you be happy if you are wealthy but not healthy? Can you be happy if your job is fulfilling, but your spouse or significant others are always upset that you have little or no quality time together? An effective way to identify what you want is to ask yourself some effective questions.
Here are some simple questions that can help offer some balance. (You can customize them as you see fit.)
1) What is most important to me in my personal and family life?
2) What can I do to have an abundance of physical health and energy?
3) What are my short term and long term financial goals? What do I need to do to ensure I meet these goals and enjoy the process?
4) What is most important to me in relationships with my family and friends?
5) What is most important to me in my career and work life balance?
6) What is most important to me in my quality of life?
7) What skills do I need to master to increase the value I can contribute to the marketplace?
8) What is most important to me in my day-to-day living?
9) What obstacles stand between achieving each of my goals? What actions can I take to move past these obstacles and achieve my goals?