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Contents intro Formulating goals ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
What do you want? Is it stated in the positive? What do you want by having this? Where do you want it? When do you want it? With whom? Does it connect with anything bigger?
Checking Goals ● Is it stated in sensory terms? ● Is it feasible to accomplish this goal? ● How does it affect others? ● What will it cost me? ● How much time will it take? ● When will I get it? ● What is the first step? Going after Outcomes ● How will I know when I've got it? ● What will cause/help me to keep on track? ● What will hinder me? ● What do I have/can I do to bring this about? ● What is not in my control? What can I do about this? ● When I have completed the first step [second step etc] what will be different? Visualising (see a mental video) ● Be the person in the film ● Be the other person/s in the film ● Be the director/editor of the film ● Repeat with having the goal ● Does it maintain the benefits of the previous state? ● Do I still want it? Conclusion and 3 Universal ingredients of success AlwaysWinning
What's the best way to go through this information? Try this: get out a notebook or open a new text page and write/type out your answers to the questions and principles listed, one after the other. By the time you get to the end you will have a much greater appreciation of your situation and how you can consolidate and improve it. You could even give each question a ranking in terms of future action. Some rankings could be 'consolidate' and 'improve' and 'ignore'. What other rankings or criteria are there that are important to you? You'll need something to work on so get the offers you've already considered and work on them. Use a spreadsheet and down the A column put the name of the option and the subsequent columns can be filed with the tips from this book. Score each option in that column out of 10 (where appropriate) and at the end of the book you have a much better view of what is best for you. Just add up the row for each option and compare the numbers. I've used Internet Marketing as a major example of the complications of making a choice and committing yourself to a goal so if that's your interest then you're in luck! If your goals are something else then there are other examples too so just apply the principles to your goal. Let me know how you go and we can include your example in the next edition!
What do you want? It's hard to achieve a goal if you don't know what you want. You may feel dissatisfied with something but if you don't know what you want instead, you'll just be stuck in a state of dissatisfaction with whatever the concern is.
Tired of not having enough money?
Want a more fulfilling relationship?
Can't walk without getting puffed?
Fed-up with your addictions?
So what do you want?
Formulating Goals What do you want - not what do you not want! Is it stated in the positive? This doesn't refer to positive thinking. Wanting to be not unhappy is different from wanting to be happy. To think of a negatively phrased goal means we have to think of unhappiness which can slow down our progress, as it's too easy to get into negative non-productive states of mind when we concentrate on negativity Yet if we go for happiness then 'not unhappy' is achieved too, without dwelling on the negative. Happiness is much more empowering than not-unhappiness. As they say, our unconscious mind cannot think using 'not'. A good example of this is children who function at that level until they grow out of it. I was at a friend's recently and she was standing just outside the patio door and said to her 6 year old daughter, who was at the kitchen table finishing her meal, 'Don't come out here it's too cold'. I then saw the daughter push her plate away in a dutiful manner, get off the seat, and go outside to her mother who said, "What are you doing here? Didn't you listen to me?' 'You told me to come out!' the daughter answered. The trouble was she did listen but she listened as a 6-year-old, not processing the negative statement but responding to 'come out here'. That's how our unconscious minds process negatives, by thinking of the things they negate! If you're trying to make money on the Internet then think about it as making money, not staving off poverty. After all, as with happiness and unhappiness, making money will automatically get rid of its opposite. So state what you want using that positive language, and write it down.
Formulating goals What do you want by having this? Sometimes we can't get what we want until we think of what we would ultimately get by having what we want. This can allow us to find other, effective ways of achieving our desires. So you might want a Rolls Royce to drive but if it's really the smell of leather seats that makes you feel rich, a feeling you really like, then perhaps a cheaper car with leather seats might meet your emotional needs even if you aren't rich.
If you want to make a fortune on the Internet, why the Internet? Are you avoiding face-to-face dealing with people? Do you want seclusion? Another example might be going for a particular job because it's an outdoors job. Even if you don't get that particular position there are still other jobs that are outdoors. You may not be able to get a painting job but perhaps a park ranger position would work instead. The principle is: if you're not getting what you want, then maybe you can still get what you wanted out of that goal another way. If you know what you'll have from getting the goal that makes that goal so appealing then you can be on the alert for other ways of getting it. And also be aware if going for your goal actually stops you getting it! Our world is filled with examples of this - especially bureaucracies. There are several reports of how installing speed cameras on roads has driven up the death toll as people pay more attention to avoiding being fined and less on the traffic environment. A state police force introduced a computer record system to increase efficiency but it takes so long to use that the police spend less time on the road. The actual policing is diminished for the sake of greater efficiency in making records.
Governments pay billions of dollars dealing with the effects of cigarette smoking on health and productivity yet subsidise tobacco farmers to grow more. It would make sense to subsidise them to make less, but more? Just this year a boy was lost in the bushnear Sydney and rang emergency on his cell-phone. Because he wouldn't tell them the nearest street (a demand that was introduced to speed up the helping of people in emergency situations) they didn't pass on the information - he died. You might install a great new sales processing system to save money but it's so complicated people give up before completing the purchase. What about when you're negotiating over a new job? The other party might want you to trade dollars for something else. You'd best know what it is you get from your job. Even if all it is is money, you'll still need to know what you get from the money so you don't give-way on important points.
If time with the family is more important to you than $ and getting more money means working longer hours, then is $ what you really want?
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Formulating goals Where do you want it? Knowing just where you want something can help you recognise if the goal is inappropriate to the context or if it is in tune with it. Wanting to be a great joke-teller is an OK goal but hardly appropriate at work if you're a mortician. If you want to work at home then the Internet looks good but if you really want to work in the outdoors then maybe not. If your outcome is to be very successful on the Net you may need to go to marketing conferences to get the latest news and techniques. Do you cope OK with travel? When do you want it? This can let you know if some time changes are necessary. For example, don't try to do your budget while having sex - it won't help either activity. You need to connect your goal with the rest of your life to make the whole thing work well. If you want to travel overseas but spend all your time working then there just isn't time to fit that goal into your life. You need to make some changes to give your self and your goal time to happen.
If your timeframe for making money is too short then you'll end up taking too many risks and probably go for unrealistic Internet schemes.
Read the reports of the sceptical and successful marketers to develop a sceptical view. You don't have to embrace it like Divine truth but at least take on that perspective as well as a more cheery one. Don't just have one view. Allow enough time for success to happen.
Formulating goals Who's there? Wanting great sex is fine but if you're married then 'who's there' is a relevant matter if you also want the marriage to last. Wanting to set up a business is another situation where 'who's there' is relevant. The right partner can be crucial to success. Also it can become a more emotionally real future to you this way, which will help keep you on track to your goal. So who do you see around you, in your imagination, and what are they doing and saying as you're in that successful state - you've got what you want so how does that change things with other people? Is that OK? Should you adjust your goal or strategy? If you really want to work with lots of people then the at-home business path probably won't do. Then again, Chat and email and VOIP connect you with people too, but many of us need to SEE the other person to get out social needs met at work. In terms of Affiliates, it's important too. Does the person running the Affiliate program you're thinking about, resonate with you? Do you feel OK working with them? Lots of programs are on automatic and you never make contact with a human but some, more so ones which provide training, are a more hands-on approach from the owner. Maybe you'd be better off not joining the training program? And what do others say about them - not the ones in the "Testimonials" but in the forums and on Google. Type in the name of the program or person, add the term "scam" or "bad" or any other negative term and hit ENTER. See what comes up. I didn't mention doing a search for positive terms because the Affiliate program owner will have them already on their site under the "Testimonials?" tag. MLM is also a way to work with people but is it a reliable source of income? And do you have the energy to work that way? Check it out.
Does it connect with anything bigger? This is similar to the previous question but is more open. Allow yourself to be open to any input from your deeper self or your unconscious mind as to how this goal might connect with your personal bigger picture. You don't necessarily need to look hard for the answer but if it's not obvious then just relax a minute and allow the information to come at its own pace.
If you run the country and want to secure your country's oil supplies it might make sense to invade a helpless oil-producing country and take it over. But what if those people don't want to be taken over and you end up creating massive resistance that threatens your future oil supplies? Applying this to Marketing options, consider how a product can go viral. And the steps you'll need to take to encourage it. Forums, blogs, free reports SEO etc. That's certainly connecting to something bigger! Do you have mechanisms to deal with that? You can apply the whole book to each component - do you want to commit the time to make it go viral? How will that affect your relationships? What is involved in Sensory Terms? What do you actually do?
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Is it stated in sensory terms? Although 'happiness' is positive language, greater precision and effectiveness comes from using sensory language. In other words, answer the question 'What will you do or see or hear which makes you happy, or successful?' This also helps the reality-check as when we have some precise checkable event to focus on, we have a way of knowing if we are or are not getting the goal. If eating a hamburger is what will make you happy, then it's easy to know if you've got or getting your goal. Having a good relationship is less clear and we can much more easily fool ourselves as to whether we're being successful or not. This is a similar question to how will you know when you've got it but looking for more detail. Success is not just a lot of sales but how many, how much money per sale, what is the cost, what is the profit, etc. What are the terms of any loans, what credit do you give to others and so on. Accountants are a good source of this information on success for business since it's what they specialise in knowing - though not necessarily in achieving unfortunately! So in detail, not just how good you'll feel, what do you want? If you're having trouble coming up with the details then how will the goal actually connect with your life in a way that works for you? Remember there are more ways for things to go wrong than there are for them to go right. It's a lot easier getting your goals (and sub-goals) when you know what they are in a clear, precise, and objective (sensory) manner. This gives you the nitty-gritty of the tasks you'll be doing.
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Checking Goals Is it feasible to accomplish this goal? You may want a million dollars but if the only way you have of getting it is buying a lottery ticket then it is not what you'd call a 'gettable goal'. On the other hand, if you want a new car you could save money or get a second job to pay for it. Getting a new car is, hopefully, within your control. Have others succeeded at this venture or goal? Remember that given enough people trying a scheme, it's possible that some will achieve success just through good luck, and all the others who failed had normal luck. That's how lotteries work, and casinos. Investigate the claims and use lots of common sense. If it's not actually achievable what should you do about that? Should you change goals or use a strategy for getting the goal which is in your control - or something else?
How does it affect others? Executives may vote themselves huge pay increases but they can also cripple the company by doing that (as some do). Destroying the company is one way to give themselves a bad reputation, thus reducing their future employment prospects who would want to hire someone who does that sort of thing? Taking up the drums as a hobby will quickly teach you the relevance of this issue of considering how getting your goal (and what you do to get it) will affect other people. Attila the Hun is reputed to have said "It is not enough that I win, others must lose" This had a profound effect on those others. How will you taking up an Internet option affect your relationships? If you're spending 16 hours per day at the computer that's bound to affect them. Think about it.
What will it cost me?
This is crucial of course. Compulsive gamblers satisfy their urge to gamble but the cost can be horrific. Buying a new car will cost something also, and we need to know just how much to be able to successfully pay for one. So what will it cost you in terms of money, time, health, relationships, work etc. Don't lose your family because you want to make money. Old age can be very lonely. Once again, write it down. make a list. Go into detail. The more detail you write down the more possible problems you will uncover. Deal with them before they deal with you. Know what the price of achieving your goal is. Our ultimate resource and expense is time itself. Whatever we do takes time and when we spend time on one thing we're not spending that time on something else. If the cost really is too much (whether physical, emotional or financial or any other way) then if you're lucky, or well-adjusted, your own integrity will sabotage your goal by ensuring you don't pay what is an unacceptable price. Is the price acceptable? If it's not, is there anything you can do about it? Where in your life do you need to find alternatives?
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How much time will it take? Can you afford to spend this time on this goal? Is it do-able in the time allowed? Does the schedule need adjusting? You know it's ging to take longer than you think so how much time extra should you add? Ask someone with experience in that area. Join forums about the Marketing ventures and ask the members.
When will I get it? This is a great reality check. It's great to have great plans but easy to fool ourselves as to whether we're getting them done. Time exists independently of this so it makes a good way to face the reality of either getting there or not. Seasons give the farmer such a check if the crop isn't in by the appropriate time then that season's planting was not achieved regardless of how much the farmer may have wanted it done. Give yourself a time-frame to achieve the goal. It's amazing how much longer things can take to get done than we expect. It's always easier and quicker to think of getting a goal than actually getting it in the real world.
What is the first step? This is where the goals start to connect with the real world in real time. Knowing what to do next is essential to getting the outcomes you want. A goal without any steps to achieving it is like playing a game without any strategy. It doesn't work in football and it doesn't work elsewhere in life. Even buying a lottery ticket can be better than doing nothing! Then of course the logical question is 'what is the second step?'
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Going after Outcomes
How will I know when I've got it? If you have no way of knowing when you're successful then you might pass it by. It's easy to answer the question with a specific, measurable goal such as an amount of money but when we go for something like happiness or a good relationship or good job then it may require a bit of thought as to how we would know if we get it. When you get your goal, what will be different? What will stay the same? A friend Keith was bored and dissatisfied with his marriage and left his wife for another woman who was more "exciting". It happens a lot doesn't it? But afterwards Keith realised he was still dissatisfied and now what he was looking for was what he had before in his marriage and he'd just got rid of it. What was boring he now saw as "secure". He didn't realise he had what he needed already, and he'd thrown that away for what he wanted. Too bad. Just how much money in business will you need before you can say your goal is met? Will your business be run on automatic or will you be doing all the work? You could say that success comes in stages, and if you know what stage you're at then you can plan better for the next step. Do you know your stages and where you are now? Write it down so you'll have a record, then check it regularly.
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Going after Outcomes
What will cause/help me to keep on track? Once you identify this, do more of it! The training from www.AlwaysWinning.com will help particularly well. What will hinder me?
Once you identify this, you can take steps to lessen the impact of the hindrance. If watching TV stops you doing the gardening by distracting you in the day, you know what to do. The more important the goal then the more extreme the steps you could take to remove hindrances. A committed gardener might leave the TV unplugged so it takes more effort to indulge in distraction (or even dump the TV!).
Kids can interrupt your work time if you're at home, so how will you deal with that? People seem to think that if you work from home you've got plenty of time to do non-work activities (such as chatting with them) so you'll need to be very clear with them that you're working and can't spend your wok time socializing.
Will a lack of contact de-motivate you? Lots of people don't have the right spirit to go off on their own path, they need the company of work-mates, maybe you're one.
Going after Outcomes What do I have/can I do to bring this about? Similar to the question "What is the first step?", it brings the goals into the real world of action and our influence. A good question to use to start identifying the resources you do have. So what IS in your control? If you want to sell over the Internet you know you don't control the search engines, they control you! So learn search engine optimization techniques or hire someone else to do it for you. Think of the things you can control - forum involvement, search engine submissions, press releases, listing in directories, your blog etc. Instead of trying to control Google, you might be better off getting involved in some forums, or Yahoo Answers. If you want a happy relationship at least you can read a how-to book on it. Are you counting on people somehow buying the product or service over the Net through word of mouth? Or do you have ways to get them to buy? Once again, write it down - make a list and then apply the Questions and Principles to each item on the list.
What is not in my control? What can I do about this? This is complementary to the previous question. Write down your answer/s. 1st question's answers on one side of the paper and the 2nd question's answer on the other.
Going after Outcomes
When I have completed the first step [second step etc] what will be different? Will you need to do anything as a result of that difference and what will you do? One of life's complexities is that it keeps changing! This can impact on our plans by making them obsolete. So regular reappraisal of the plan can be a great help and this question is one way of ensuring it happens. The debriefing strategies from AlwaysWinning are perfect for that.
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Visualising (see a mental video)
Be the person in the film As the one who is making it happen you will have understandings of the whole goal-getting process which depend on actually doing it. No amount of planning can fully let you know what it will be like doing it but pretending that it is happening now in a film and putting yourself in the film can help let you know how doing the process will affect you. Wanting a lot of money is understandable but a lot of people don't achieve that aim simply because they don't want to do the hard work involved. Imagining the entire process from the perspective of the person doing it, instead of just the one basking in the riches, can help you face the reality of the tedium of much of what we need to do and to consider whether you really are prepared to do all that work.
Be the other person/s in the film This is one way of considering how the whole plan and what you do affects others. After all, if they don't want to co-operate you'd better know it so you can make adjustments.
So run the film from their perspective and notice any feelings, positive or negative, which may compel the other/s to help or hinder you.
Visualising (see a mental video) Be the director/editor of the film This is the third person perspective. You can dispassionately consider the worth of the plan and from this detached perspective you can then make adjustments. From this viewpoint you can consider what is going on with the big picture. You're not bogged down in your own feelings and desires and frustrations. You can choose what option is best for you in a more balanced manner.
Repeat with having the goal Sometimes once we get a goal we only discover then we really don't want it. Maybe instead of a million dollars you really want a loving relationship and lonely success would not work for you. For some the process of getting the goal is what they really want rather than the professed outcome. Eating a meal can be more enjoyable than having a full stomach.
Does it maintain the benefits of the previous state? After all these considerations it's time to ask yourself if you still want the goal. Will it work for you? Does it keep the positives of what you already have? At the very least, any activity costs time, which means you won't have so much time to do other things. The new house you buy will be in a new area most likely, which means you will lose your current neighbours. Do you want that? A new job would be similar. What can you do about it
Do I still want it? Sometimes after this sort of questioning we realise that it's not worth the bother of actually doing the tasks necessary for getting the goal. Or sometimes we realise that it was a cover for getting something else and there are better ways of getting the real goal. So answer this question - do I still want it? If yes, then the Daily Debriefing Strategy from AlwaysWinning will help you stay on track to the goal
The more you read about the day-to-day activities of Internet Marketing the more realistic a picture and understanding of what it is well be and the better your decisions will be. You have the freedom to choose your dream but you don't have the freedom to make it come true by wishing it. It does take work to succeed and the more unrealistic the dream, the more work it takes to convert the dream to reality. It's easier to move an object one inch than one mile. Thousands run out of energy before they succeed, so make it easier on yourself by choosing a path based on reality, not wishful thinkning or marketing hype and hope.
The End Congratulations!
You've made it to the end.
Now, keep using this guide on a regular basis, and you'll be aligning yourself with realistic thinking and action. Remember too, it is a self-applying tool as well. This means that you can not only apply it to a choice you have to make but also to each of the steps. That is, suppose you want to choose an affiliate program and you go through the book, and work on the Sensory Language issue. Great, you're getting a more realistic understanding of the options doing this, but now you can get another principle such as Is it feasible to accomplish this goal? and apply that to the Sensory Language principle. So see what you will need to do, don't just talk to yourself about it. See others reacting to these actions, don't just tell yourself what they will do. Go through all your sensory representations of this possible reality, from different perspectives what you think, what each person involved thinks and does, how their reactions affect you and how your reactions to theirs then affects them - checking the issue of feasibility. The 3 key Universal components of success 1
Clear Goals - it's easiest to get your goal if you know in great
clarity just what the goal is. Gettable Goals will help keep that clarity shining bright for you.
Response to Reality - if you want to communicate well you
need to pay attention to the other person, not just what you want to say. If you want to market well you need to pay attention to what the market wants, not just whether your product's any good or not.
Flexibility - if what you're doing isn't working (using 1 and 2 will
let you know this as quickly as possible) then do something different. What that will be will depend on the situation but keep informed about alternatives and up-to-date. So in Internet Marketing you will subscribe to marketing ezines and will continually try different marketing techniques.
Resources The next few pages detail the advantages of using AlwaysWinning to stay on track. Regardless of your decision on what to do online or off, your path to success is bound to be up and down.
A major advantage of AlwaysWinning is that it stimulates Flexibility by making you more emotionally strong and supple. Combine that with Clear Goals from Gettable Goals and you're in the best shape to deal with the ever-changing markets on the Internet. Remember this key characteristic of Reality - there are more ways for things to go wrong than there are for them to go right.
AlwaysWinning is designed to get control over the emotional effect of
ups and downs on you and to integrate the downs as well as the ups into you path so that not only does your success boost you into further success but your difficulties get converted into tools for getting you to your goal more effectively. Staying on Track Sometimes life works for us and sometimes against us. The emotional consequences of this vary but can be costly as the more energy we spend on dealing with this, the less we have for successful goal-getting. AlwaysWinning will teach you how to get control of the emotionalpsychological aspects of stress. Mistakes - what's that? If only! So we make mistakes, and we will continue to make mistakes. AlwaysWinning is a way to minimise the psychological effects of mistakes and to convert those mistakes into real learning to ensure the next time things work better. Success! We also succeed at what we do and can use AlwaysWinning to enhance and consolidate our successes. In effect. we make our past and current successes more compelling for ourselves in the future. This makes us much more likely to do the successful actions next time we have the opportunity. All of these ways of thinking and acting depend on one thing for their correct use - flexibility. All of them are right some/lots of the time but which one when?
Going down the list one at a time is obviously a good way to refine your goal-getting skills and should be the default method. An additional method is to develop personal flexibility at the emotional/non-rational level of the mind/self. AlwaysWinning will help you achieve this.
I'm pretty keen on this training as it's what I've been doing for a few decades. It's largely based on Neurolinguistic Programming and I ran the NLP Centre in Sydney for over 10 years. The training deals with the key ingredient of feelings that makes them harder to control - intensity. It's like a garden hose, when it's empty you can twist and twirl it without effort but when it's full of water trying to push through, then it can be a handful. Next time you're in the yard, layout the hose and stand well back and then turn on the tap. The hose will act like a demented taipan spraying its poison all over the place. So you need to control this.
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