I Know How to Set Goals, So Why Don't I Achieve Them?
- Sprecher: Nick Hall
- Spieldauer: 4 Std. und 24 Min.
- Erscheinungsdatum: 26.05.2016
- Sprache: Englisch
- Anbieter: Gildan Seminars
In order to achieve goals, you must begin by removing, or at least minimizing, potential impediments to success. There are many, however, the most crippling are those that reside within your mind. Granted, changes in the economy, the actions of others, and unexpected obstacles can derail even the most worthy plans despite the best intentions. But they pale in comparison to the impact your thoughts have. That's because you don't respond to reality. You respond to a mental image of reality. It is the image that gives rise to emotion, which in turn will motivate you to approach or avoid.
We tend to approach those things associated with positive emotions such as love and joy, and avoid those linked with negative emotions such as disgust and sadness. In addition, the image is driving the endocrine and autonomic nervous system pathways, which provide the biological foundation of the entire stress response. This is important to understand because it enables you to always have control over the impact events have upon your mental and physical well-being. You can't always control external events. But after listening to this program, you'll learn that you can always exert a measure of control over your perception of those events.
You'll also learn:
How to create new mental images that remove the blocks in the goal setting process
The role that beliefs play in supporting or sabotaging you in achieving your goals.
How to change unhealthy belief systems to empowering belief systems.
Discovering what you truly value in life, and setting goals that are in alignment with those values.
How to divide your goals into more achievable "sub-goals".
The role emotions play in goal achievement.
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Von BPd Am hilfreichsten 06.11.2017
Remarkably bland and unoriginal
From a book with such a title I would expect an original approach to the problem of achieving goals. This work however is simply an overview of all kinds of standard self-help literature assumptions such as having to believe in oneself, taking care of sleep and food etc.
Personally I don’t even see how it engages the goal setting process in any meaningful or original way as the title would suggest one to assume.