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Monday, January 17, 2022

How to Determine and Implement Your One Goal...

 When you sleep, you dream. Even if you don't remember those dreams when you wake up, you do still have them. The thing about dreams is that we have them one at a time. They don't overlap. They are content to wait in line and be taken one at a time.

Your goals should be like your dreams—one at a time. Here are a few tricks on how you can decide on your next goal.


    1. Find the ONE goal. It might be that the reason people make nebulous resolutions instead of New Year’s Goals is that a goal is a big thing and can be overwhelming. But losing the big picture means losing the prize. 


Ask yourself these questions:


        ◦ Why are you doing what you’re doing? The why provides motivation even when you're discouraged. Knowing the why will also help clarify your goal. 


        ◦ Next year, what achievement from this year will have the most significant impact on your life and get you closest to achieving your goals? If you’re looking to become healthier, this might be becoming a non-smoker. If you’re looking to change careers, it might be going back to school for more training.


        ◦ What takes your full attention while you’re doing it? Where does your passion lie? Are you consumed by cars? Perhaps being a mechanic is what you need to investigate.


        ◦ What do you believe that is worth doing that maybe other people wouldn’t? That is a question designed to give insight into your personality.  In the 1960s Rosey Grier played pro football for the Giants and later for the LA Rams. He was 6’5” and 300 pounds. He famously passed the time between plays knitting. It was his passion. 

What makes you so passionate that you don’t mind standing alone to do it? What drives you or from what do you take comfort? How can that be a part of the goal? Or can it become the goal?


    2. Translate your goal into a number. Numbers are easier to remember. What number? Consider your goal is to become an ex-smoker. If you smoke a pack per day at $5 per pack, that’s 5 X 365 or $1,825 spent each year on cigarettes. That’s a good number. Call it $2,000 by the time you factor in all those trips to the gas station for cigarettes. Does that number make the goal real?


    3.  Keep your eyes on the prize. Get out a sheet of paper. Write that number down in big, bold, colorful numbers. Use crayons if you like. Post that number where you can see it. Often.


Learn to prioritize your goals. By doing so, you will find it easier to pick the one that means the most to you right now. Then put your focus solidly on that particular goal until you get to where you want to go. 


Wednesday, January 12, 2022

How Using the Power of Visualizations Can Help You Reach your Yearly Goals...


We all daydream at times. Some of us are better at it than others. Do your daydreams slip from that into day-mares? Becoming lost in thought when floating down a gentle river becomes a moment of terror as the dreamboat springs a leak and sinks under a heavy current.

If that’s too extreme, consider how many times your spouse or child has been late coming home, and you already had them lying at the side of a road somewhere, dying? How many times have you assumed the worse when you haven’t been able to get a hold of someone?


We create our opportunities. We also produce our failures. By using visualization to reach your Yearly Goals, you can steer which direction you want to go – positive or negative. Remember: where you are now is the result of choices made so far.


But how do you create that dream that will take you to success and that Best Year Ever?


Be specific. Use numbers, use dates. “I will lose X pounds by THIS date.” “I will be earning X dollars a year by THIS time.” Dig into the details. Goals need to be measurable, so you know when you've reached them and how close you are to achieving them. 


Put it in writing. Writing things down bypasses the conscious mind and sets the goal into the subconscious. The subconscious mind is where you store habits, where automatic responses are born.


Use pictures and visuals. Some people clip photos from magazines that represent the things they want. That helps the brain attach a visual to the goal. The subconscious also deals in images and symbols.


Harness the power of your overactive imagination. Our brain doesn’t distinguish between dream and reality. Making the connection from here to the end goal creates neural pathways that the brain interprets as having accomplished the goal.


But not everything is about mind over matter. Using visualization is a tool. It’s a good one, but it’s only one. It helps the process; it doesn’t replace it. The process is hard work and sweat. That still applies. You still need to put the work in to make things happen.


Visualization can be expedient. If the mind sees that something has already occurred, it’s less likely to quail when presented with such a big and intimidating task as some goals can appear to be.


If you keep these things firmly in mind, you can control the amount the mind panics or fails or tries to shy away from the task at hand. 


It will be hard work to meet your goal. That’s the point. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be taking a whole year to get there. The result will be worth the effort.

Sunday, January 9, 2022

Why You Should Set Intentions as Well as Goals!




 HERE WE ARE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE OF THE WORLD! 2022 IS UPON US & LEVELING UP TO YOUR FULLER ELEVATION... IS EXACTLY WHAT LIFE NEEDS TO ARISE TO, NOW IS IT. SO HOW PREPARED ARE YOU TO ACTUALLY DESIRE TAKING THE FIRST STEPS..?


What’s the difference between a goal and an intention? Goals point us to the future, to keep us on track, to get things done. But there is a dark cloud to that silver lining. We set goals because we want a change. That draws our attention away from the here and now so that we end up focusing on what we want but don’t have. This lack can keep our desired reality always in the future.


The mere act of setting a goal can trigger a backlash of feelings of failure and hopelessness. By setting your intention, you bring the focus back to the here and now. It helps to organize and reinforce your values and raise your emotional energy. 


Intentions are a powerful way to help you reach your goals. Here’s how:

Intentions have no limits. There are numerous documented instances of patients showing vast improvements in their health when given a placebo. The mind can seriously alter the body for good or for ill. Intentions have no limits because your brain has none. If you believe you can, then you can. Harness the power of your mind! By setting your intention, you become limitless.

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

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Monday, May 3, 2021

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Sunday, February 14, 2021

How To Discover.. #The Battle Plan? Remember, There Is Always A Choice In Life!


Our Extraordinary-Truly Gifted & God Sent Guest Expert: "Mr. Nate Battle"!

As a Certified Health and Well-being Coach and professional speaker, Nate Battle is the founder and Chief Executive Coach, of 'Battle Coaching, LLC. Nate is the author of the book "Battle Endurance: How You Can Be Someone Who Never Quits and Gives Everything You Have To Give". 
Nate Battle is a motivational speaker, certified health and well-being coach, author, and business leader. His mission is to encourage others to endure through challenges while inspiring them to live up to their fullest potential. Nate turns 30 plus years of professional and life-altering experience with businesses ranging from small startups to Fortune 100 companies into tools for you to live your best life now, on purpose, achieving life harmony. 

In this inspiring and thought-provoking talk, Nate reveals the secrets of how to break free from limited thinking and go beyond challenges to achieve victory. He provides real-world and actionable tips on facing and overcoming challenges with communication, leadership development, relationships, team performance, strategy, and organizational culture that can be leveraged to enhance both your professional and personal life.

In his highly inspirational talks, Nate reveals his straightforward approach to getting past challenges: Let Go, Live Now, Win! 


Through this "truthformational" journey, you will gain powerful insights and tools to push through challenges, becoming more focused and fully empowered to live up to your fullest potential to achieve the success you have always desired.

To Find Our & Discover More From Nate Battle, Go To The Links Provided Below!



Nate Battle
Coach/Speaker/Author
Battle Coaching, LLC









Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Let Our #Emotions Be Controlled... Or THEY Will CONTROL Us!

Our Guest Expert & The #Emotions Doctor Himself.. "Dr. Ed Daube, Ph.D."!  

Ed Daube, Ph.D. is a psychologist and bestselling author. While he is now The Emotions Doctor, growing up he was The Emotions Avoider because, in his family of origin, emotions were rarely expressed openly.

While he learned in graduate school to clinically deal with the emotions of others, he was "forced" to explore his own emotions while "auditing" a drug treatment group during his training as a Psychology Intern.

During his career as a clinical psychologist with the California Department of Corrections-Juvenile Division, he developed the Emotions as Tools Model in order to effectively address issues related to emotions as a therapist with adolescent females (all with multiple abuse histories) and as a trainer with emotionally jaded correctional staff.

After retiring, he realized that there was a great deal of misinformation about emotions in the self-help literature. He wrote his two best-selling books and maintains his informative Blog (TheEmotionsDoctor.com) to add a fresh look to the subject. He is currently working on his third book which will discuss the Basic Relationship Rule and how it helps to understand and improve the interactions people have with significant others in their lives.


For More Information, Check Out The Link Below!
'The Emotions Doctor'

TheEmotionsDoctor.com