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Goal Setting: The Truth

victoryOne popular definition of a goal is a dream with a date on it.

Search the internet for methods of goal setting and you will discover a plethora of tactics, many of which repeat the same old, “Write it down. Set a date to accomplish it” advice.

Did you ever set a goal? Did you write it down? Did you achieve it? By the date you had written? If not, how did you feel?

Did you ever realize a big dream that you never wrote down? Lots of times, right?

The truth is, it is not the fact that you write your goal down that motivates you to achieve it. Nor is the fact that you set a date to it that drives your success. Only one element ensures success in life.

When your goal has a Personal Meaning Quotient (PMQ) at 100 then you will move past any obstacle, no matter how big or threatening, to reach your desire.

I created the method for finding your PMQ to assist you in knowing where and when to invest your time and energy fulfilling your life’s desires. After all, something that consumes you with passion when you picture yourself living it keeps you “in the game” while desires that merely would be pleasing in your life get jettisoned when hitting a slight bump in the road to achieving them.

How then do you determine your PMQ for each of your goals?

Firstly, take a look at whether or not the goal is yours or one your parents, boss, friends, or anyone else expects of you. You will never find the motivation to propel yourself through dense muck to fulfill a dream someone else places in your future.

Your goal must be something for YOU

Even if you say you want to earn enough money to send your kid to college, the ultimate underlying goal is feeling good about yourself and happy in your life. Starting in a state of happiness allows you the success that leaves you feeling confidant in your ability to take care of yourself and those you care about.

It is all about you!

Now that you recognize your personal fulfillment aspect of your goal, you want to check out how your energy runs when you think about living that dream. Do you feel high and energized? Or do you feel ho hum and just okay?

I highly recommend using a muscle test or some other divination means to verify that your goal is at 100. Just because you want it to be and you say it is at 100 does not, by any means,  reflect your subconscious state and programs within upon which you rely to achieve your dream.

Huh?

Sure, you want o think the goal you set is what you truly want to realize in your life. However, deep inside your subconscious programming counters any possibility of actually making that goal real. You will fight yourself every step of the way until you give up.

You see, if you test for a PMQ of only 99 then you hold doubts, out of your awareness. those same unrecognized doubts may well send you packing when you stumble more than once on your journey to success.

Rest assured that a PMQ of 100 will lead you where, in your heart and in your mind, you really want to go.

Success Must Happen When Your PMQ is 100 – part 2

You will do everything and anything it take to realize any goal with a PMQ of 100. Anything! You will become unstoppable. Regardless of the size or number of obstacles that appear on your path, you will absolutely achieve every goal with a PMQ of 100.
Well, what if your goal has a PMQ of 99? You may achieve it but then you may not. The difference between 99 and 100 is a doubt or fear. It takes but a fleeting moment of hesitation to let an obstacle stop your forward movement. Once the momentum stops it takes everything you’ve got to get going again.
A PMQ of 99 may not feed you what you need to go over, under, around or through that obstacle. Like a derailed train-your trip will end right there and then.
So how do you determine your PMQ? When you think about your goal, notice how you feel. Do you get excited? Does adrenaline shoot through your body? Can you feel emotions of sheer joy-even tearful joy? Does your heart sing?
When your goal has a PMQ at 100 you feel it in your body-quite literally. Oh, by the way, to be at 100 PMQ, that goal must be something for you personally. Yes, your achieving it may allow you to provide something every special for someone or something else. But the goal itself must be something you do for you, something that will change you somehow.
Every goal at PMQ 100 moves you, as a person, to a higher place and to a higher frequency.
Life is who you become.

Success Must Happen When Your PMQ is 100 – part 1

When you determine what you want your life to look like, and you know the details that make your world look that way, nothing can stop you if-and this is a big if-your goals meet your Personal Meaning Quotient (PMQ) at 100.
What is your PMQ? Think about some of the goals you have achieved in your life. Then think about some goals you failed to achieve-even though you have been working on them for a long time-maybe even years.
Why did you achieve those goals you first thought about? Why did you fail to achieve the second group?
Think about those you did achieve. Did anyone have to prod you? Did anyone threaten you if you did not make them work? Did anything outside of you cause you to realize those goals? Did you even write them down? Did you do affirmations to make them work?
Take a minute to determine the difference, in how you lived your life that allowed you to succeed sometimes but not other times.
Your result always, without fail, depends on whether or not your goals have a PMQ of 100. If attaining a goal means the world to you, if living the life that achieving that goal brings means everything to you and you cannot be happy unless you achieve it-then that goal has a PMQ of 100.

Your Personal Happiness Quotient ?

When I work with people on a 1:1 basis, I start out by looking at their values and priorities using my teachnique  VPD. Next step is formulating goals and affirmations that work (as opposed to how most gurus teach them) using my teachnique Personal Meaning Quotient (PMQ).

You then need a way to measure your happiness level so you can tell when you feel better and your life works more easily. To accomplish that end I developed the Personal Happiness Quotient (PHQ) which, basically, is a way to measure your level of happiness across your life.

Sometimes we fail to see our forward progress because it happens incrementally day by day. Others, who only see us occasionally notice the difference. When we can see that difference ourselves, without outside input then we create automatic motivation to propel us through each day.

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