What are you going to do today or this week to move yourself forward and make progress every single day? Then what are you going to do to manage your mindset and your emotions? Achieving goals is a science; setting goals is an exercise in imagination, hope, and prayer for what you would like. Is it possible to have a really great mindset and still not achieve your goals and dreams? I think you already know the answer, which is absolutely There are so many people who are happy; they are positive; they’re always the bubbly light in the room, and yet many people with a great attitude and a great mindset don’t achieve their goals and dreams. Have you ever considered that having a great attitude, being happy, being bubbly, and always being positive may be part of the formula for success but not the entire formula? When I was learning how to achieve goals, not set goals, I learned three things that were required in order to make my goals a reality, and it doesn’t matter if you have goals for spiritual connectivity and well-being or for emotional stability and balance. Whether it’s mental focus and awareness or physical health and well-being, mindset is what separates the rest from the best. I’m going to put it right on my calendar, and I’m going to take inspired action. When an obstacle comes in my way, I’m going to ask myself empowering questions like, How can I overcome this obstacle? What can I do to overcome this obstacle? Whose help do I need? What book can I read? What do I need to search for on Google? What YouTube video can I watch to overcome this obstacle? Where can I learn better strategies and tactics to make what I do work? more efficient, more productive, and more constructive than me. Just working hard and long trying to do what to do, there’s a formula called ppp equals ppp, and it goes like this: Poor planning equals piss. Poor performance, and many people I have found don’t have any real plans for what they’re going to do today, this week, this month, or this quarter. They show up every morning, okay, without a road map to go from where they are to where they want to be by the end of the day. So what are you going to do today to achieve your health goals? Your wealth goals your relationship goals your career goals your business goals Your fun goals the experiences you want for your charitable goals What are you going to do today or this week to move yourself forward and make progress every single day? Then what are you going to do to manage your mindset and your emotions? What are you going to do to overcome the obstacles that are in your way, whether they are mental or physical obstacles? financial obstacles strategical obstacles tactical obstacles Now you may be watching me right now and going, Oh my god, there’s so much stuff there. Well, yeah, if you want to achieve goals, there are thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that will get you there, and there are also thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that will not get you there. Most people you know confuse activity with productivity; they confuse setting goals with achieving goals; and they don’t understand that you have to create some kind of road map to reduce the resistance, uncertainty, stress, fear, and anxiety in your brain so that you activate your motivational centers. the motive for action center in your brain so that you actually take action instead of repeating your old patterns over and over again. Achieving goals is a science. Setting goals is an exercise in imagination, hope, and prayer for what you would like, so mindset is how you approach it, what you do, and how you overcome obstacles when you focus on how you will because you must start to achieve goals. The mindset of a winner is one of relentless pursuit until I achieve the goal, so stop just setting goals. Set a goal and come up with plans. How you’re going to do it is to upgrade your knowledge and skills every single day and take inspired action. Keep a log of your behaviors. Keep a log of your results and tweak and adjust them like the captain of a ship adjusts based on the weather, the currents, the tide, and the waves. A good captain sets a target, sails towards that target, and adjusts, adjusts, and adjusts until they achieve the goal. They don’t allow circumstances to define or control them. They take whatever circumstances are there and overcome them. You have the ability to be not just a goal-setter but a goal-achiever. Hey, this is John, and if you liked that video, watch the next one because it is packed with things that you can do right now to achieve success way faster than ever before.