Perth Property Insider Ep. 65 – Improve Your Life in 2022

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It’s common for people to be setting goals at the start of the year. However, many others find it corny or difficult to stick to them but usually they are the same people treading water or going backwards with their life. As with anything, it all comes down to how you do it and even more importantly, how you feel about it!

So, in today’s episode, I want to help set you up for success in 2022 and beyond. Let me share with you some easy steps to make your goals more attainable and the simple process I go through to not only set my goals but ensure I get momentum and stay on track. 

Grab your pen and paper or notes section of your phone as I guide you through how to improve in three key areas of your life. Even if you consider yourself a master of goal setting, I also cover off a powerful technique to have you feeling more fulfilled and motivated by your progress along the way. 

Tune in now and let’s get started on improving your life this year!

Highlights:

  1. Introduction [0:00]
  2. Breaking down your goal-setting [2:06]
    • Key Area # 1: Personal goals [2:24]
    • Key Area # 2: Relationships [3:12]
    • Key Area # 3: Career, work, and money [4:01]
  3. Working out a financial plan [5:48]
  4. Make S.M.A.R.T goals with this framework [7:35]
  5. How to make your goals more attainable/achievable [9:38]
  6. Balance is a key factor in goal-setting [13:11]
  7. Common thinking traps of highly successful people when it comes to goal-setting [14:01]

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