014: Using A Push Goal as a Domino to Knock Down Your Other Goals | The Robb Review
Today’s Topic: How to choose your goals & achieve them
Today you’ll learn what a push goal is, how selecting three 10-minute, daily actions will help you achieve your goal, and the exact system that I use to achieve my goals.
What is a Push Goal?
If you accomplish a push goal, it will knock down all of your other goals – like the first domino in a line.
For example: If your list of goals includes putting a down payment on a house and buying a new car, your push goal might be making $150,000 in a year because it would allow you to accomplish both of those goals.
What daily actions will help you accomplish your push goal?
Start by brainstorming every possible thing you could do to accomplish your goal. Make an exhaustive list of every single thing you can think of, and leave no stones unturned.
If you start to get stumped, ask yourself questions: What would this look like if it were easy? Fun? Elegant? Anything you can do, any prompts you can give yourself, to get that data out.
After you are done brainstorming, identify three actions from the list that will take 10 minutes or less to accomplish. Add those three actions to the top of your planner or to-do list.
If you do those three actions every single day, it will transform your life (and probably in less time than you expect).
Having goals isn’t enough – you have to have a system in place to ensure they are accomplished.
You can do as I described above – putting the actions in your planner – or you can take it to the next level: Chalene Johnson’s SmartLife™ PUSH Journal. This is what I use, and it makes a tremendous difference.