Change to Reach Your Goals

How to Achieve Your Goals Quickly and Easily

You may have heard that “if you failed to plan, you planned to fail.” This quote is absolutely true.  People who are successful often have special goals and take actions to achieve them.

I wrote this blog to offer you 3 simple steps to achieve your goals quickly and easily.  These steps are inspired by the K.F.C principles to success.

Around the world, Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) is known as one of the most recognizable brands in the restaurant industry. Beside McDonald, KFC is the second largest food chain in the world. Every year, over a billion KFC chicken dinners are served.  We can all thank Harland “Colonel” Sanders for his vision and his relentless efforts to develop the KFC brand. He founded KFC in 1930 in North Corbin, Kentucky and in 1952 he launched the first KFC franchise in Salt Lake City, Utah.

To achieve your goals, you need a strategy that has been proven effective over time. I highly recommend that you use the proceeding steps to get started.

1. Know exactly what you want and write it down. When you write down a specific goal, it becomes established. It is easier to express it and get people to help you. Here are some examples of specific goals:

I will weight 150 ponds by January 31, 2016.

I will generate $5,000 per month from my business effective July 1, 2015.

I will call you once per week to check on you..

2. Find out your current status. Before you make any significant changes in your life and in your business, you must know where you are and where you want to be. Once you identify your current status, develop 1 to 3 objectives you will take to get what you want; and just do it!

3. Chance your mindset to support your goals.  Our mindsets affect everything about ourselves.  What you want is to have a growth mindset that support your goals.  You can start by getting new information that is consistent to what you want.

Whatever you hold in your mind will tend to occur in your life. If you continue to believe as you have always believed, you will continue to act as you have always acted. If you continue to act as you have always acted, you will continue to get what you have always gotten. If you want different results in your life or your work, all you have to do is change your mind.

We all need help sometime to achieve our goals.  If you need help… Ask, ask and ask!

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Coach JamesHow to Achieve Your Goals Quickly and Easily

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  1. Yuuki

    I live in Atlanta and have some UGa friends. When I go see UK play in Athens, I unaedstrnd that if he lets me sit in certain seats (like on the floor Athens basketball tix aren’t like getting tix in Rupp), I can’t wear UK colors. The reason is they don’t want non-UGa fans in the most prime seats those on the floor or right behind UGa bench). I had to sit on the floor once, so I agreed, and it was tough turned my shirt inside out so it was plain gray and sat on my hands during the game. When you have friends doing favors like that, you learn to be a good opposing fan. Most LHL comment makers could try that sometime.:)But I prefer to be a fan so now I just sit in regular seats (still good seats, just not the ones on the floor or right behind the UGA bench) that he has the right to purchase and sells me at face value so I can cheer and yell and wear my Big Blue colors. But in the Athens arena, every seat is like the lower arena in Rupp, so I have no complaints. Interesting related story: When UNC coach Roy Williams had some kid thrown out of a UNC blowout a few years ago, showing his high class nature, one of hte excuses he made during the fall out was that the seats the kid was in were high priced donor seats behind the UNC bench and he wanted to know who let an opposing team’s fans sit there.Bottom line: if tix end up in UK fans hands because of scalping, I suppose the University would like to discourage that. But lots of season ticket holders, especially in Louisville, are going to have friends that root for opposing teams, especially UK. I don’t think it is right to tell someone they can’t bring a friend to the game unless you make your friend not wear his/her team’s colors. And I would say the same to a Rupp ticket holder. I know I would bring friends and business associates to UK games if I were a season ticket holder even if they were going to root for the opponent.

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