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Having goals is great, but judging No BS Manifesting Course our success and feelings on the achievement of those goals is a dangerous game, because we place our sense of self-esteem on external factors. The next time you set goals (New Years or otherwise) make sure to set two types of goals: result goals and activity goals. Result Goals - These are the things we want to get or achieve. "I want to make $100,000 this year." "I want to lose 25 pounds." "I will own a new home." And so on Activity Goals - These are the daily tasks we set for ourselves to achieve our result goals. "I will make 10 sales calls a day." "I will exercise 3 days a week for 45 minutes a day." "I will set aside X dollars per month to build up my down payment."

Both of these types of goals are important. But there is a critical difference. You have almost absolute control over your activity goals. Your result goals almost always rely on things outside of your control. In the sales example, you might not be able to control how many sales you close (buyers are fickle, after all), but you can control how many calls you make per day. The key then to achieving your goals and being happier doing it is quite simple: "You must measure your success by your Activity Goals, not by your Result Goals" You should set result goals. They should be written, and vivid, and specific, etc. You should take time to visualize them everyday. But, when deciding whether you are a success, you should simply look at whether you hit your activity goals.

The two are related. You set your result goals first, then you determine the consistent actions you must take to achieve those goals. These consistent actions become your activity goals. When you plot out your day, or week, or month, determine what activities you will do and when you will do them. Then, at the end of the day, week, or month, let your sense of success and self-esteem be guided by one questions: "Did I do what I said I would in my activity goals?" If the answer is yes, regardless of what you achieved, then you should sleep easy. If you said no, then you need to revisit and adjust.