How to Set Effective Goals: CPMU

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What separates a ‘Goal’ from just ‘Wishful thinking’? Is there a fool proof test to find the difference? Please have a pen and paper ready. As we explore this further we will also set a clear goal for ourselves.

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Yes. The proof is the ‘Ticket test’. A clear goal passes the ‘Ticket test’, whereas a wishful thinking fails the test.

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What is a ‘Ticket test?’ Let me explain.

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Buying the ticket to your destination, is a clear written commitment to the journey.

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A goal, like a ticket is a written commitment.

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When you put your wish on paper, it becomes a commitment. No matter how clear you are in your head, your inner mind refuses to believe that you are serious enough about the wish, unless you write down your wish.

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When you pen your wish down, you need to include the 5 critical elements that are seen on a ticket.

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The first element is defining where you are at present in the journey.

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For example, you might say “I am producing 10 sales a month consistently”

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The second element is defining where you want to be. Ex: “I will buy an iPhone 3G from the incentives I earn this month”

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This could be any target that you wish to set for yourself.

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The third element is defining the date you want to reach your goal. Ex: “30 Mar’10”

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The fourth element is defining how you will measure the progress. Ex: “To buy iPhone 3G from my incentives, I need to sell 23 cases by 30Mar’09”

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The fifth element is defining the price you need to pay. Ex: “I will meet 30 new customers every week consistently”

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So, a goal that passes the ticket test would be as follows: “I will buy the latest 3G from my incentives for this month. At present I make 10 sales a month. I will make 23 sales by the end of 30Mar’10. For that I will meet 30 new customers every week consistently”

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Notice the tangible reward at the end of the journey, which gives a clear meaning to the effort in reaching your goal. Without this, you won’t pursue a goal with all your heart.

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Exercise: Write down a goal you wish to achieve. Define the 5 critical elements to make it pass the ‘Ticket test’.

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Now, you are well on your way for an exciting journey. Bon voyage

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HOW TO SET EFFECTIVE GOALS? Metamorph

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What is the difference between a goal and wishful thinking? *Pictures in this file are of low resolution for easy download on net

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A goal passes the Ticket test A wish fails this test This is a SAMPLE from Common Presentations Made in an Uncommon Way CD

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What is a ‘Ticket test’ To contact us SMS CPMU to 9930 16 9191

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A ticket and a good goal have a lot in common

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A ‘Ticket’ is a written commitment The same applies to a GOAL…

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To confirm your commitment a goal needs to be written down

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When you write, check for these 5 critical elements… To contact us SMS CPMU to 9930 16 9191

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Element 1: START Define where you are

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Element 1 example…

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Element 2: DESTINATION Define where you want to be Contact us : SMS CPMU to 9930 16 9191

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Element 2 example…

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Element 3: DATE Define the date you want to reach your goal

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Element 3 example To contact us SMS CPMU to 9930 16 9191

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Element 4: DISTANCE Define how you will measure the progress

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Element 4 example…

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Element 5: PRICE And the price you need to pay Contact us : SMS CPMU to 9930 16 9191

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Element 5 example…

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A goal that passes the ‘Ticket test’… To contact us SMS CPMU to 9930 16 9191

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A tangible reward at the end of the journey is vital

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Exercise Write down a goal you wish to achieve. Note the 5 critical elements to make it pass the ‘Ticket test’. Start Destination Date Distance Price Contact us : SMS CPMU to 9930 16 9191

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Bon Voyage!! This is a SAMPLE from Common Presentations Made in an Uncommon Way CD

Summary: Sample from Common Presentations CD. Presentation is made using Minimal(TM) approach

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