Yesterday was all about naming your purpose. This is the reason why you are going through the journey towards greater confidence. Today, we will anchor on your purpose and set goals.
I’m keen to hear about your purpose. Share the experience of writing it down and simplifying it. Other people have a hard time pin pointing why they want to improve. They just know they want to. Is it bad? Certainly not and this is ok, but it will also be more difficult to arrive at a development plan or a solution. If you had a hard time in this step, please do reach out to me via the contact button or through one of my social media pages.
Please take out your clearly and simply written purpose. Your why. Your answers yesterday and today are key to the success of your confidence challenge.
Day 4 Challenge: Three Confidence Targets
Write down 3 goals that are anchored on your why.
Let me give you an example.
I want to be able to speak to speak confidently in public.
- look the part
- lessen fillers, the ummms and aaahhhs, and
- enrich my vocabulary.
We always say set SMART goals – Specific. Measurable. Achievable. Realistic. Time-bound. While I agree that we should always do SMART goals, for the purpose of this exercise, we will leave it at this for the meantime.
So, that’s it for today. Three goals anchored on your purpose. See you again tomorrow on engagementimperative.com!
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