How To Get What You Want In Life & Business

personal development Jan 26, 2024
Scott Perry Promoting a Blog Post About Getting What You Wnat In Life & Business

How do you achieve your life and business goals with greater certainty, in less time, with greater confidence, and with less risk?

(Hint: It's NOT S.M.A.R.T. goals. They don't work for many of us.)

Here's the thing. What got you where you are WON'T get you where you want to be.

If you don't have data or experience to draw on, how can you set goals that are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound?

Without a clear idea of where you're starting from and what's necessary to make the changes you seek, S.M.A.R.T. goals are arbitrary aims you're trying to achieve with a rigid plan that's WAY too fragile to stand up to life's ups and downs and the unreliability of human behavior.

What to do?

To get different results, you MUST learn to see, be, and do things differently. In other words, you need to learn different behaviors and attitudes to get different results.

I teach a simple, counterintuitive approach to sustainable goal setting and achievement that's easy to understand, remember, and implement.

Hundreds of students and clients have learned and implemented this approach to get clear about and closer to what they want in life and business.

The BIGGEST takeaway they have is the power of micro-stepping.

What's micro-stepping?

A deliberate discipline of acknowledging what's happening now, assessing your choices for what's next, and choosing (and taking) the next smallest viable step into possibility.

Micro-stepping cultivates the directional clarity, strategic refinement, and confidence in your capacity to learn as you go that encourages staying the course.

And here's the most significant benefit. Micro-steps compound over time, which helps you achieve results in less time and more effortlessly while reducing risk.

I recently taught my sustainable goal-setting and achievement system in a live broadcast. The replay is now available on my YouTube channel.

You can also tune in to this episode of the Creative on Purpose podcast or read all about it in this article.

If you tune in, I hope you find this process useful and helpful. You can email me with any questions or reflections.

Scott Perry, Chief Difference-Maker at Creative on Purpose

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