Are your goals still achievable? Do they still matter?
With all that’s going on in the world, people are really struggling with having a relationship with their goals — because the world has changed. As committed practice leaders of The ONE Thing, how do we get clarity on what our goals are moving forward, and how do we have a relationship with them so that, every single week, we know we are knocking the dominos down that put us on track for living the life we want?
You have questions as you go on your journey to living The ONE Thing, so we’re sitting down with one of the co-authors, Jay Papasan, to answer those questions.
Many of our answers today stem from the model we teach in our Goal-Setting Retreat. With all the changes that are happening now, we’ve found a way to make this available virtually for couples, individuals, and teams. You can learn more by going to the1thing.com/setmygoals.
In this episode, you will learn…
- [01:58] How to justify time off when things are so uncertain
- [07:02] Bringing your team together while working remotely
- [14:14] Reevaluating your near-term GPS
- [21:51] How to look at college moving forward
- [25:40] Getting through insecurities about money
Links & Tools From This Episode
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