“One way to keep momentum going is to have constantly greater goals.” – Michael Korda

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Anything else is just standing still……right? Relatively speaking, anyway.

When coaching people on what their goals are, there’s a question I always ask, once we’re clear on the goal and what it will give them as a sense of achievement and it’s very simple – “What next?” 

Almost always, they give an answer such as, “I just keep going.”

Towards what though?

We’re not necessarily talking about a set of goals that represents exponential growth in the same way that economic models push us towards yet-more-profit, that’s not necessarily the definition of “constantly greater” we’re talking about. 

Instead, look at it in terms of taking yourself further in your life than you ever thought possible……maybe a career change, or a journey you really want to pursue, or a shift in your emotional state that sees you becoming more resilient after a traumatic event……

It can feel daunting to extend your comfort zone – but the great thing about doing so is that, once expanded, it has the potential to extend even more and who knows where that could take you?! The person who might be most positively surprised could be yourself 🤔😃

So, consider this – if you achieved all your goals today, what would you aim for tomorrow? 

Love and light,

Jim Sharman
11.05.2021

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