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    Lesson 9: Set Goals, Stay Accountable + Manage your Time

    yogahealer business course Build a better career & income

    for healers and yoga teachers

    1copyright 2013 Yogahealer, llc Cate Stillman, www.yogahealer.com

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    Your Painted Picture: 3 year horizon

    Your Life: What does your life look like? Be specific.

    Your Work: What does your work life look like?

    Revenue/Numbers Where does your revenue comes from? Programs/Products/Memberships/Classes

    Expenses/Investments What are your biggest biz expenses? What are your recent investments?

    Team Who is on your team? How does your team Function?

    Who is your Mentor?

    Personal $ What does your money life look like?

    Brand/ Reputation Do you have a personal brand? How is it’s reputation?

    Chief Commitments What ideas are you most committed to? Which constituents are you to serving? And what do they say about your service/products?

    Chief Accomplishments What accomplishments are you reflecting on?

    Long Term Goals What is next on the horizon for you?

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    Make Your Goals Specific and Action- Oriented

    In order to make achieving your goals possible, they must be specific. You can clarify by asking yourself the what, when, who, why and how.

    What's Your Goal? Make a goal statement that specifies exactly what you want in the fullest detail possible.

    When Will You Reach It? Set a timeframe for achieving the goal as well as achieving each sub-goal along the way.

    Who Do You Need to Help You?

    Nearly every goal requires the support, help, encouragement or skills of other people.

    How Are You Going to Get There?

    Break up your goal into smaller sub-goals and specify each of these. Then, break them down into daily action plans.

    Why Do You Want It? Always keep in mind your honest reason for wanting to attain your goal.

    You can answer these questions by visualizing what you see in your future after the goal is achieved.

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    Be SMART about Setting Your Goals

    The best way to make your goals happen is to use the SMART goal planning system.

    Specific Make a statement that clarifies exactly what you want to achieve.

    Measurable There needs to be a way to measure it so that you can tell if you've attained it or not.

    Action-oriented You need specific daily actions that will get you closer to your goal.

    Realistic Being realistic means seeing the 'big picture' of attaining your goal.

    Time-based Set a timeframe and deadlines for when each task will be achieved.

    Mind maps offer an excellent tool for SMART goal planning.

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    Making a Mind Map

    Mindmap software: Mindnode Pro Omnigraffle Lucidchart

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    Staying on Track with Your Goals – How to Measure Your Progress

    Measuring your progress is one of the most important aspects of goal setting. It offers a powerful motivator to help you stick with it.

    Facts and Figures Find some way to quantify. If it's hard to quantify, measure the time you spend working on it.

    Stay on Schedule Create a schedule and chart your progress carefully while also remaining flexible.

    Keep a Journal

    Keep a journal and write about your progress as you work toward your goal.

    Tick It Using a tick sheet is an even easier method for charting progress.

    Ratings and Rankings Each day, rate how you feel about how it's going.

    It takes time to measure your progress but it's worth it. It's vitally important to keeping you on track.

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  • track your processes

    Create Template

    Install Timeline

    Delegate

    Review

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    Use google docs- easy to share For repeatable projects, launches, or

    generating products

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    Track Processes + Procedures As you grow your business, you will have less time. Track repeatable tasks, even very basic tasks, that you hope to some day outsource.

    Identify a process Ex. Launch a Workshop

    Record action step by step Write down each actionable step

    Keep track of time Estimate time required for step

    Keep track of technology or skillset

    Record which skills you are using (ex. Wordpress, or Copywriting)

    Review When the process is over, streamline the steps into an more efficient flow.

    Update When something comes up around this process, repeat it for future processes.

    It takes upfront time to track your processes. But it will open up galaxies of time in your future, and enable you to outsource repetitive takes effectively.

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    Track Processes + Procedures ex. Traveling Workshop Event

    Free software: Asana.com

    Paid software: basecamp.com

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    Support to move vision into action:

    Accountability Partner

    Accomplishment journal

    Mastermind Group

    copyright 2013 Yogahealer, llc Cate Stillman, www.yogahealer.com

    Use the past to move forward

    Stay on track.

    Get free feedback.

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    accomplishment journal •2 things a day

    •lessons learned

    •repurpose from the past

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    Benefits of an Accountability Partner • Forces you to be specific.  Sharing your plans

    gives you the clarity you need to move ahead.

    • Gives a dose of reality. They can be the objective eyes that tell you that you’re trying to do too much, or you’re not being aggressive enough, or you’re being too aggressive.

    • Mutual motivation. Everyone could use a partner who pushes and encourages them to keep working away at their goals.

    • You’re answering to someone. Having someone hold you accountable to your goals is priceless. Choose a partner strong enough to not let you slide.

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    How to Have an Accountability Partner

    1. Find a great fit in your values and good chemistry.

    2. Set clear weekly goals. Ex. “This is what I will get done in my business this week.”

    3. Set a clear length of time. Ex. 30 minutes 1 x week, or 10 minute a day, or 15 minutes twice a week

    4. Commit to consistent meeting time.

    5. Take the relationship very seriously.

    6. Keep notes of each other’s long term goals.

    7. Support each other.

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    Choosing Partners: mastermind group To create a mastermind group that is dedicated to helping you achieve your professional goals, you can simply reach out to people in your network and explain to them that you are seeking their help as an advisor and part of your mastermind team, and if they want, you will reciprocate for them.

    1. Consider this your own personal board of directors.

    2. What assets do they bring?

    3. Who would hold your vision – is a peer – would be someone who would be a good partner in a mastermind group?

    4. Who is also interested?

    5. Follow your intuition.

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    Napoleon Hill even went so far as to say there was a mystical quality created when a mastermind group was formed. He said:

    “No two minds ever come together without, thereby, creating a third, invisible, intangible force which may be likened to a third mind.”

    Napoleon Hill

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    Mastermind Group

    •Connect about business

    •Can offer ideas, suggestions, and past experience

    •Give and take relationship

    •Make sure they are at your business level

    •Must be dynamic and evolutionary

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    Benefits of a Mastermind Group

    1. You have a group of people available to help you succeed.

    2. You get the benefit of differing perspectives, input and feedback.

    3. Your mastermind team can bring resources and connections to the table you might not have had on your own.

    4. You receive accountability and inspiration from the group, enabling you to maintain focus in achieving your goals.

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    Choosing Partners: mastermind group To create a mastermind group that is dedicated to helping you achieve your professional goals, you can simply reach out to people in your network and explain to them that you are seeking their help as an advisor and part of your mastermind team, and if they want, you will reciprocate for them.