More questions to ask when evaluating and adjusting your goals (1 minute read)
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Step 8 is about identifying helpful routines to maintain focus on you desired changes.
To manage unforeseen problems, it is important to regularly schedule a fixed reflection time every week to evaluate progress made and make necessary changes.
More questions to ask when evaluating and adjusting your goals
Here are some more essential questions you can ask yourself during this reflection hour:
What are the 3 most common obstacles, if any, hindering me from obtaining my goals, that is, making me feel, think and behave in a way that is not supportive of my valued goals?
What can I do differently to avoid or handle these obstacles?
What can I do instead that will make the obstacles less likely to occur?
How motivated am I to achieve these goals – are they relevant and have the right focus, or should I revise the goals?
Is the time plan realistic or have circumstances occurred that makes it necessary to adjust my plan?
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