Manifesting your goals is easy when you know what you want. If you are not crystal clear on your goals how can you expect them to manifest?
Table of Contents
- Craft A Goal Setting Statement
- I Help, I Teach, I Create, I Sell
- So My Customers Or Clients Can
- What Is The Purpose Of Your Business For THEM?
- What Is The Purpose Of Your Business For YOU?
- Keep It Simple With ONE Big Goal
- Monthly Aligned Goals
- Weekly Aligned Goals
- Daily Aligned Goals
- Create Manifestation Anchors
- Let’s Recap
Craft A Goal Setting Statement
Before you begin manifesting your goals in your business you need a great goal-setting statement. What is a goal-setting statement? A goal-setting statement is who you are, what you do, and what is the purpose of your business. I have a FREE Goal Setting Statement Worksheet for you to make this so simple to do.
I Help, I Teach, I Create, I Sell
Start with “I help”, “I teach” “I create”, or “I sell”. Whatever it is that you do? What do you do? do you help, teach, create, sell, or a mixture of different things? For example, I create and sell courses and products for entrepreneurs. That makes what I do more simple. Instead of using wordy lingo and mumbo jumbo, I can tell you what I do simply and easily. Break your “I…” statement down into an easy sentence.
So My Customers Or Clients Can
Next, is your “So they can” you said what you do, now what does it do for your customers and clients? Mine is so that my customers and clients can get more time in their day, run their business with ease, and beat the frustration and overwhelm of running a business. That is the problem that I solve.
What problem do you solve? Write that solution so you can make it simple. If you are not clear on what it is that you do, you will never be able to start manifesting your goals.
What Is The Purpose Of Your Business For THEM?
Your business helps customers and it helps you. What is the purpose of your business for your customers? I will use mine again for an example. “To help female entrepreneurs run more profitable and efficient businesses allowing them to get more done in less time. So my customers and clients can spend more time with their families while still running their businesses.”
Put the purpose of your business into your customer or client’s perspective so that you can be clear when manifesting your goals. If you know who you are serving and why it’s much easier to manifest your goals.
So often you will hear “What is your why?” That’s kind of broad. A better question to ask yourself is “What is the purpose?” It’s still your why, but it’s a stronger more detailed question. If you want to get crystal clear and to manifest your goals faster you will need clarity.
What Is The Purpose Of Your Business For YOU?
Sure, you are in business to solve a problem and to help people, but what’s in it for you? What is the purpose of your business for YOU? If you want to manifest your goals you need to have a reward too. You can’t just exist in business to serve others. Although in a good business the customer is the focus. But what’s in it for you?
Again, I will use my purpose as an example. “To make a great living doing what I love! My business is a driving force from within and I have no choice except to listen to it.” I have a burning desire to create and I don’t have much choice in the matter. I’m simply not happy if I’m not creating. 🤷🏻♀️
Nobody can tell you what the purpose of your business is, that can only come from within you. Figure that out and you will be manifesting your goals at warp speed.
Keep It Simple With ONE Big Goal
Now that you got the who, what and why it’s time to set some goals! Start with ONE big goal. Something big that you can do in one year. You only have to set one big goal so you can completely focus on that one thing. Sure, you will have a lot of smaller goals to set and accomplish to hit the big one, but all you need is one big goal.
Setting more than one major goal can be complicated and frustrating. If you keep your focus on one specific target it’s much easier to start manifesting your goals.
Choose a word of the year that aligns with your goal and write it down. When you write things down they manifest much faster. When you go through the physical act of writing it’s like you are signing a contract with the universe. Then, the universe conspires with you to manifest your goals.
Monthly Aligned Goals
Every month set one goal that can be accomplished in 30 days. Make it a goal that aligns with your one big goal. This will get you laser-focused on manifesting your big goal.
If you set a “theme or word of the month” that aligns with the goal you want to manifest you will zone in on that goal and make it happen. For example, let’s say your big goal is to launch a course. Each month you will do something to create a profitable launch. Your first-month theme may be “create”. You would then focus the entire month on brainstorming and fleshing out your course topic and creating an outline.
You can focus on the creation of your course for the entire month. The word “create” will anchor in your manifestation and you will have the direction and a solid plan by the end of your month. Then, the next month you will move onto another focus and build your creation from there.
When you set monthly goals that align with your one big yearly goal it’s so much easier to begin to see the results of manifesting your goals. How do you move a mountain? One scoop at a time.
Weekly Aligned Goals
Manifesting your goals isn’t about sitting around and waiting for the magic to happen. Sure, manifestation can happen like magic but the universe likes when we take aligned action. You can begin manifesting your goals like magic when you have a PLAN of action and follow the plan.
Weekly goals are goals that you can accomplish in one week that align with your monthly and yearly goal. If we go back to the course launch example, and we have four weeks in a month, here is how I would set my weekly goals:
Weekly Goals For The Month [EXAMPLE]:
- Week 1 – Brainstorm Course Topic, Sub Topics, and Audience
- Week 2 – Research Profitability
- Week 3 – Research Course Platforms
- Week 4 – Create Course Outline
Don’t set anything too crazy. Set goals that you can easily be accomplished in a week, nothing more nothing less. The weekly goals all align with your monthly theme. You will create your own list to start manifesting your business goals. However, isn’t it much easier to understand when you have an example?
Daily Aligned Goals
I bet you know what I’m going to say here. Create one small goal to focus on that will align with your weekly, monthly, and yearly goal. This isn’t the same as your To-Do list. That’s a whole different thing. Your daily goals will laser focus you on manifesting your goals.
When you can check a daily goal off of your list you get so much satisfaction and it gives you the motivation to keep going.
Be sure to take some days off so you don’t burn yourself out. Sure, this system to start manifesting your goals is not complicated, but if you do too much you can still get burned out.
Create Manifestation Anchors
So now that you are clear on what goals you want to set, you can start to create some anchors. Anchors are manifesting tools that you can use to manifest your goals. Anchors simply anchor your manifestation.
Some examples of anchors to help you start manifesting your goals are:
- A Vision Board – I have an amazing Vision Board Manifesting Package that has all the tools you need to make a digital vision board and some extra tools to make sure your board is accurate and works for you.
- Reminders – A pop-up reminder on your phone. Something that congratulates you on accomplishing your goal.
- A Fragrance – The smell of success, whatever success smells like to you. (For me it’s money. 😉
- Send Yourself An Email – You can schedule an email in the future that congratulates you on hitting your goals. You can schedule up to 100 of them in Gmail.
- Use Manifestation Techniques – There are literally thousands of them you can use for manifesting your goals. Pick the one that works best for you.
- Craft Your Goal Setting Statement
- Understand Your Purpose
- Keep It Simple With One BIG Yearly Goal
- Align Your Monthly Goal With Your BIG Yearly Goal
- Set Weekly Goals To Accomplish Your Monthly Goals
- Set Daily Goals To Manifest Your Goals – But Don’t Burn Yourself Out
- Create Anchors To Anchor You Into Manifesting Your Goals
So there you have it, if you follow this formula you will be manifesting your goals in no time! Have you ever used a formula like this to plan your goals before? Or better yet, do you have any tips you would like to share on manifesting your goals?
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