Whole Brain Goal Setting Technique

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Whole Brain Goal Setting This method will take you through working out what you really want, writing goals that engage all of your brain and set you up to succeed. Table of Contents Whole Brain Goal Setting ..................................................................................................................... 1  Why set goals? ..................................................................................................................................... 5  Whole Brain Goals
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    Whole Brain Goal Setting This method will take you through working out what you really want, writing goals that engage all of your brain and set you up to succeed.  Table of Contents Whole   Brain   Goal   Setting   .....................................................................................................................   1   Why   set   goals?   .....................................................................................................................................   5   Whole   Brain   Goals   ...............................................................................................................................   6   How   to   set   goals   ...................................................................................................................................   6   SMART   Goal   Setting   .............................................................................................................................   7   S ‐ Specific   ............................................................................................................................................   7   M ‐ Measurable   ....................................................................................................................................   7   A    –   Achievable   ......................................................................................................................................   7   R ‐ Realistic   ...........................................................................................................................................   7   T    –   Timed   ..............................................................................................................................................   7   I    –   Inspirational   ....................................................................................................................................   7   E    –   Emotional   .......................................................................................................................................   7   S ‐ Specific   .............................................................................................................................................   8   M ‐ Measurable   ..................................................................................................................................   10   A ‐   Achievable   and   Action   Oriented   .............................................................................................   10   R ‐ Realistic   and   Relevant   ....................................................................................................................   11   Do   I   really   want   it?   .............................................................................................................................   11   Is   the   goal   possible   for   me?   ...............................................................................................................   11   Familiarity   Zone   .................................................................................................................................   12   Dreamer   .............................................................................................................................................   12   T ‐ Timeframe   .......................................................................................................................................   13   I    –   Inspirational   ..................................................................................................................................   13   E ‐ Emotional   ........................................................................................................................................   14   How   do   you   “check”   with   your   unconscious   mind?   ..........................................................................   14   1.   Should   you   be   listening   to   your   unconscious?   .......................................................................   15    2.   Do   you   need   to   change   your   unconscious   expectations?   ......................................................   15   What   goals   to   set?   .............................................................................................................................   17   Life   Areas   to   set   goals   for   ...................................................................................................................   17   It’s   your   life   ........................................................................................................................................   18   Life   Wheel ‐ Where   are   you   now?   .....................................................................................................   19   Setting   your   goals   for   your   Life   Areas   ................................................................................................   22   Whole   Brain   Goal   Setting   ...................................................................................................................   23   Preparation   ........................................................................................................................................   23   What   you’ll   need   ................................................................................................................................   23   The   People   .........................................................................................................................................   24   The   Process   ........................................................................................................................................   24   Focus   Questions   .................................................................................................................................   25   FAQs   ...................................................................................................................................................   26   How   old   do   my   children   have   to   be   to   do   this   process?   ...................................................................   26   What   if    my   husband   and   I   have   really   different   goals?   .....................................................................   26   What   if    I   don’t   have   any   goals   or   I   only   have   one   goal?   ....................................................................   26   Glossary Conscious Mind –  also called awareness. You conscious mind is theterm used for the part of your brain that you are using right now.   It’s thebit that you notice, the thoughts, pictures, sounds and feelings that youare aware of.   Unconscious Mind –  all the rest of your mind. It would be convenient tothink of your mind being partitioned neatly into conscious andunconscious but this isn’t really true.  Is the big toe on your left foot itchy? I don’t know if it is or not but nowit is in your awareness – your conscious mind and before it was in yourunconscious. Does that make sense?What colour were the buildings in your primary school like? Onceagain I doubt that was in your conscious mind before I asked thatquestion.So your unconscious mind is the great repository of everything youknow, even the things you have forgotten you know as well as yourbody mind. Your body mind is the part of you that keeps you heartpumping, releases hormones in response to external and internalstimulus, monitors your body to make sure it is working and notdamaged and all the other amazing things that keep your bodyfunctioning.The unconscious mind is still poorly understood by science due to thedifficulty in applying scientific methods to its study. Much of what isknow is through observation of results that can be achieved when youharness your unconscious mind.There is a function of your unconscious mind that is called the ReticularActivation System (RAS) and this is like an unconscious search engine.It operates in the background in your unconscious sorting througheverything you see and everything you come in contact with lookingfor the things that are important to you.You are familiar with your RAS in operation although you may not havepreviously been aware of it. Have you ever bought a car or someother major purchase and then suddenly started to see the samemodel everywhere? That’s you RAS in action.Why am I telling you this? You RAS is one of the reasons why settingpowerful goals is so important. A well set goal turns on your RAS. Itmeans that all your unconscious power is turned on to looking for theopportunities to move your goal forward. Without instructing yourunconscious as to what is important to you the only other option is totry and keep your objectives in your conscious mind.We’re not good at maintaining conscious focus for any length of time.We get distracted and forget easily. We need to set whole brain goalsto really powerfully move towards what we want.
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