The next step in effective goal setting is to give yourself a deadline. When you have a deadline you create a sense of urgency, a reason to work towards your outcome every single day.
As you know from Pearson's Law something measured improves. And without a timeline you don't know where you are in the process.
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If you feel resistance to the process, know that is normal and check out the Sedona Method for specific steps on letting all that negativity go and making room for something new.
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Linda Short of Elle Short Coaching is a certified health and life coach specializing in goal achievement. As a goal achievement coach, I help people struggling with where they are to create their own life story and take action toward their life vision. So that they can get unstuck, find joy in each and every day, and live their best life.