How do you apply your mind to a goal? How do you achieve a goal? How do you know if it’s the right goal? In this episode, I reveal how you can answer those questions with a little help from Olympian Dr. Jeff Spencer.
How can you apply your mind to a goal? How do you achieve a goal? How do you know if it’s the right goal?
Dr. Jeff Spencer is an Olympian and a coach to Olympic gold medalists and rock stars.
According to Dr. Spencer, the most important priority is goal clarity.
You can’t hit a target you can’t see.
You also want to expose your goal to a set of criteria that challenges the goal against your assumptions so there are no illusions about what you’re pursuing.
You want to develop gocus.
Gocus is a type of coned hyperfocus. It’s the ability to focus on the tasks in front of you that you need to achieve your goals. When you have gocus, you are able to see 280 degrees around you. By accessing that space, you are better able to see revelations and options, and slight nuances and corrections in your course.
This awareness lets you stay in the game, make good choices, and move forward predictably and consistently.
More important than setting SMART goals is setting the RIGHT Goal.
One of the reasons we’re overloaded is because we are doing too much.
You want a goal your mind, body, and soul can believe in.
There are 3 types of time.
If you select the RIGHT goal, you’ll have the gocus necessary to be able to move forward with confidence and certainty.
Dr. Jeff Spencer had a client who had several goals he could pursue. After running these goals through the RIGHT process multiple times, the client narrowed down his goals into one. This goal allowed him to achieve stratospheric levels of personal achievement.
To define your goal, you must be able to determine: Is it RIGHT? Do my mind, body, AND soul buy into this?
With the RIGHT process, you can become someone who consistently and confidently achieves the goals that mean the most to you.
What’s your RIGHT goal? Go through this process and discover what goal is RIGHT for you! Then, post it on social media and tag me and Dr. Jeff Spencer so we can review it with you.