Goals that describe who you are or who you want to become are more motivating than goals about what you want to do or have.
Here’s a short 1 minute clip from my friend Arnfried of BeMotivatedToday:
In this video clip Arnfried introduced Be Goals and here’s more information that he shares about setting your Be Goals.
Be Goals are personal character goals or virtues such as being a person of integrity or a hard worker. (These are not very measurable yet)
Be Goals can be related to your career – being a hard worker – or related to relationships – being a great spouse, parent or friend. They can also cover your whole life – being a teachable person or having a winning attitude when facing challenges.
You set Be Goals by identifying virtues that are highly valued. There are many virtues so you choose 3 to work on at a time. As you achieve those choose 3 more.
For Example: Below is a list of 10 virtues that I consider my top priorities:
2. Loving spouse
3. Loving parent
4. Hard working
Now I make them measurable.
1. Integrity – I never lie, cheat, deceive people or take what is their’s.
2. Loving spouse – I meet all my spouse’s legitimate needs. (Get feedback monthly to evaluate)
3. Loving parent – I meet all my children’s legitimate needs. (Get feedback form kids and spouse monthly to evaluate)
Now I work on these. I may need make plans like scheduling one-on-one time with my spouse or children. I may need to budget to take my wife out to dinner at least once per month and buy flowers regularly.
As I follow my plans and think of ways to achieve my Be Goals, I slowly become the person I want to be.
Be all you can be.
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