If you've ever felt stuck starting goals, drifted off in the middle of goals, or not let yourself feel proud of goals you've completed, then check this episode out!
In this episode, Risa Williams discusses how setting small weekly goals can be an easier and gentler approach than setting "extreme" New Year's resolutions. She talks about goal-setting tools from her three books including The Goal Splicer, The First Step Finder, and The Goal Tracker, that will help you take a big goal and break it down into weekly steps that feel manageable for you to do, and then she talks about how to get past getting "stuck at the starting line" with your goals. Also discussed are ways to track your goal progress so that you can emotionally connect with all the small steps you're taking along the way.
Tools discussed: The Goal Splicer and The Goal Tracker (from Risa's book, The Ultimate Time Management Toolkit) and The First Step Finder (from Risa's new book, The Ultimate Self Esteem Toolkit).
Previous episodes mentioned: Episode 11: The Stress Ruler and Time Containers.
Host: Risa Williams, risawilliams.com, @risawilliamstherapy, theultimatetoolkitbooks.com.
(All tools discussed on the show are meant for educational purposes only and not as a replacement to medical care or psychotherapy).
For info on books, workshops, guests, and future episodes, please visit: risawilliams.com.
*All tools discussed on the show are meant for educational purposes only and not as a replacement for therapy or medical advice.