THE ONE THING YOU NEED TO DO BEFORE SETTING SMART GOALS.
-by Molly Schoneveld
This may come as a shock, but it has only been in the last three years that I have given serious thought to goal-setting. Of course I have always had goals, but until I joined a goal-setting organization called The New Hollywood created by my dear friend Brianna Brown, I didn’t fully grasp what it meant to set SMART goals, and why having a good accountability partner is the number one thing you need to help you actually reach them. Think about it, you are much more likely to go to that workout class if you promised a friend you would meet them there. It works the same across other areas of your life. Scroll down to learn how our accountability partnerships work, and how you can form your own to help you reach your goals and achieve your dreams. And in case you’d like to set goals along side our group, here is a link to purchase the guide book Manifesting Your Mission that we use in The New Hollywood.
How to Form an Accountability Group
“WHAT WE DON’T MEASURE, WE DON’T WORK ON.” – MELINDA GATES
I’d love to leave you with one of the most powerful questions a business coach has ever asked me: “What are you putting up with in your life?” On that day, the simple answer was that I was putting up with the fact that my new phone wasn’t yet connected to my car Bluetooth and it caused me a headache every time I got in the car and needed to make a call. So simple, and yet I fixed it that day! These tiny little annoyances add up and leave less space for us to focus on what we really want. You know, like our goals!
Please note that not all experiences, beliefs and ideas are shared by each member of “The New Hollywood.” We are a group of shepherds, not sheep.