05 Jan Set And Achieve Goals Like A High Performance Adventure Athlete
Hey guys! How are you doing? It’s Joe Bonington here some of you guys know me as the bucket list coach. I want to talk to you about goals about setting goals that really stick with making sure they’re aligned with your values. So, first of all, we’ve got to get clear on your goals. What are your goals? Before you set your goals. You need to, as I say, know thyself. What’s your why? What is this challenge going to do for you? whatever it is that you’ve set his I was going to do for you emotionally? What does he want to achieve at its highest level? What will his goal bring you? or what need is it fulfilling in you. Now look these might seem a little bit deep, but knowing your core drivers when doing something helps you own the goal completely, so that you know it at an intellectual level was also, as well as the physical level. And this can make all the difference when the going gets tough, not just on the trip or an event, but preparing you for your trip or event. It’s like being able to, on a rainy day that is cold middle of winter and it’s dark, it’s just having that extra little drive that extra little thing that makes sure that you’re going to get the job done. I always explore the “why” I’m doing something before I start planning.
Once you’ve explored your “Why”, it’s time to start planning and to get it going. It’s time to drill down into goals timelines. I call this process mapping. Everybody needs a map and everybody needs to know how to read the map. The map shows a clear destination and helps you identify the best route to get to somewhere But it also shows alternate routes, if that route becomes unavailable. You need to be able to be aware of any hazards and changing conditions along the way. You don’t want to change the destination, necessarily, but it’s great to have your alternative routes set up and up your sleeve. You’ve then got to think as well with the alternative routes, you know what what is going to happen if the shit hits the fan. You know you’ve got try and work out what kind of sh*t could hit the fan. And then how you can navigate around it, if that’s happened.
Once the planning is complete, it’s time to take action. It’s now time to turn on the power, to take massive disciplined and consistent action. Discipline consistency is the key here. It’s about setting up habits, you don’t have to think about what we’re doing. Okay decrease the amount of brain space that they take the less than a goal that goal related tasks, or sorry, the more that you go late and task become automatic, the less chance there is of being derailed. You want to create training nutrition and productivity habits that are automatic, the new norm. This technique is what I call habit stacking. And it’s done by some of the world’s greatest achievers in sports, business and entertainment. And it really will set you on the path to success.