As I’m getting ready to lead a call on living a more exciting life, the weather gave me a perfect opportunity to showcase one of the points we’ll be discussing on the call. Let go of your expectations and let things come to you. Sometimes the outcome may surprise you!
Over the last few weeks we have had several folks reach out to ask about their Keystone Goal. Questions have ranged from “What is it?” to “Why is it important?” to “How in the heck do I DO it?” I LOVE that people are asking. It shows that the concept is resonating and that folks are interested in improving their lives. They get that when they have clear, energizing goals, that will help them achieve what they want in business and in life.
In this post, I will attempt to more clearly define the Keystone Goal and where it lies in the big picture of success. Before we go any further, I HIGHLY recommend that anyone who is curious about the concept of a Keystone Goal pick up a copy of Roger Seip’s Train Your Brain For Success book as he pretty much coined the term Keystone Goal and spends a good amount of text defining it. Anything you read in this post comes straight from the book. I’m not trying to get selly-selly by any means, I just want to make sure I give credit where credit is due.
Consider this post a Cliff’s Notes version of his chapter on the Keystone Goal. If Cliff’s notes were novel-length… (get comfy before you read this one).