This blog describes a great technique to help you turn wishful thinking into positive changes
Christmas and New Year holidays are now well and truly behind us.
Would you like this year to be different, and if so, what changes do you have in mind?
What can you do to help turn wishful thinking into positive changes?
The daily questions are a great technique used and taught by Marshal Goldsmith, an executive coach and educator.
Step one is deciding on what you want to change. Here are some common goals:
• Lose weight.
• Exercise daily
• Take up a hobby
• Spend more time with family and friends
• Manage stress
• Become tidier
• Get out of debt
• Communicate effectively.
Select your goals
Draw up a chart in a notebook or make a spreadsheet with days of the Week
Score your efforts from 0 to 10
It forces you to quantify your level of trying – effort counts.
Low scores make it clear that a particular goal is not a true priority or that we are kidding ourselves.
The questions are a way of making a commitment to change. Either we succeed or we risk private disappointment or public humiliation - if we have told significant others of our intentions.
Marshall Goldsmith has written a brilliant practical book that will help you create positive change.
It is called “Triggers – sparking positive change and making it last”.
Have a Healthy Life,
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