Episode 20: How 1 to 2 minutes a day to review your goals can change the direction of your future

Why spending 1 to 2 minutes of your regular routine to review your goals is a worthwhile investment.

Taking time to review your goals is a waste of time, right? Why review your goals, when you could be out there, making things happen?

Think again, friend. Just a couple of minutes spent to review your goals can pay off tremendous dividends, giving you insight into the best way forward. If you’re looking for simple ways to build time to review your goals into your regular routines, hop into today’s episode now!

Outline of Today’s Episode:

  • [2:21] Why it’s all too easy to ignore your goals.
  • [3:36] 5 key benefits to consistently review your goals: motivation, focus, confidence, consistency, clarity.
  • [3:58] Connecting a task to the greater goal behind it is shown to improve employee motivation, illustrated in “Towards a Theory of Task Motivation” by Edwin A. Locke.
  • [6:17] It takes consistency and persistence to build a new habit.
  • [7:00] Reviewing your goals may not seem ‘productive,’ but it is a valuable action step.
  • [7:12] Benjamin Franklin’s morning routine included dedicated reflection time to consider “What good shall I do today?” and think about one of his 13 character virtues.
  • [7:58] “Lost time is never found again.” – Benjamin Franklin
  • [8:05] Insight into Action: How might you build consistent time to review your goals into your existing routine?
  • [8:53] Avoid self-sabotage by reconnecting to your goals on a consistent basis for 1 or 2 minutes – and making it fun!

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