Use this template to use achievable real estate goals.
Think of it as a result-oriented/ purpose-driven/ massive action plan.
1) What do I really want? What’s the outcome I’m after?
What’s the specific measurable result? The more precise, the stronger it is. (For example: There’s a difference between “I want to lose weight” and “I want to lose 15 pounds.”)
2) What’s my purpose? What are my reason? Why is this not just a “should”, but a must for me?
The emotional quality of purpose makes what you will do not only sustainable, but powerful. a.) What kind of trigger words really motivate you to reach your goal? What words make you crazy with excitement? What words really make you want to do something?
For example, let’s say you want to lose weight not only because you want to feel better and have more energy, but you also want to look better.
Trigger words attached to looking good and fit can be sexy, desirable, knockout, or head-turning. These are the kinds of words that can give you a high level of energy and enthusiasm.
Trigger words change your biochemistry and level of energy and are the “juice” behind the action.
3) What do I need to do? What’s my massive action plan?
Not just one or two things. Brainstorm a bunch of ideas. What are all the possibilities, so I can later decide which one has the most power.