Most of us, and probably all of your clients, don’t have any trouble jumping on board with a new plan. Where we usually go wrong is when the enthusiasm wears thin and we discover there was no goal behind the big jump. Here’s Dan to explain how to build a goal you or your clients can see through to the end.
“To me, this is how goal setting works. You’ll notice there’s a story behind my goals, and that’s really an important part of the goal-setting process. When you talk with someone who says he wants to do x, y or z, for me the story is so important—the history, the background. You’re dealing with a person who showed up with a goal, and it helps to see where it’s coming from.” ~Dan John
Duration: 25 minutes; Transcript: 6 pages; Mp3 file size: 64 MBs
• Seven Days to Sunday (1:10)
• Point A vs. Point B (3:35)
• No “Point A” or “Point B” (7:30)
• Quadrants (8:45)
• Example: Quadrant 2 (11:25)
• Grand Strategy (15:20)
• Example: Quadrant 3 (17:10)
• Fat Loss (18:45)
• Technique (20:05)
• 2 Main Points (21:55)
Here’s a short clip to give you an idea of what this lecture sounds like:
A prolific writer, Dan is also a life-long competitive athlete, a well-known speaker and a former high school teacher. You’ll enjoy his regular blog writing on his site at danjohn.net and can pepper him with questions in his Q&A section in the IronOnline forum at davedraper.com.