I would like to share with you some examples of the Feel — Think — Do process at work and provide some soft-copy and hard-copy downloadable resources for you to use to plan out your key goals using this process.
The first principle is before you establish what you want to achieve, you need to decide how you want to feel. In the next chapter I will share with you a simple process for determining your three driving emotions. Combining all three driving emotions into one goal creates an even greater connection to your goal.
So how do you want to feel?
Remember, your goal is to determine the three positive emotions that drive you, the three feelings you want to experience every day.
Now you need to use your mental muscle to determine the best goal to achieve in order to give you that feeling. The goal needs to be specific and tangible.
Most people’s goals are vague and not specific enough for our built-in navigator to set course for this destination. Here are some of the fuzzy goals I see people write down:
‘I want to make more money this year than I did last year.’
‘I want to be paid a bonus this year by my company.’
‘I want to find a new job.’
‘I want to ...