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Design & Achieve Your Goals with Creative Thinking

Step 3: Define Your Goal in a Few Words

(Read STEP 1 -- the first article in the Design & Achieve Your Goals with Creative Thinking series here)

Now we are ready to get started and you need to define your goal in a few words. Just write it on a piece of paper, type it into your computerised device or carve it in stone. Whatever works for you is fine.

That was easy, wasn’t it?

Action

Write or type your goal in a few words. If you wish to share it with me, I would be interested to see it. If not, no worries!

Continue to Step 4

Read STEP 1 -- the first article in the Design & Achieve Your Goals with Creative Thinking series here



I will publish the 12 step Designer Goals process over the next few days. Here are the steps we will do together.

  1. Introduction (This page!)
  2. Acknowledge personal responsibility.
  3. Define your goal or ambition.
  4. Question your goal.
  5. Reframe your goal.
  6. Imagine achieving your goal.
  7. Identify subgoals you need to take to live that dream.
  8. Build ideas for achieving subgoals.
  9. Putting it all together
  10. Build to-do and don’t-do lists
  11. Using your imagination
  12. Get started!

 

 

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Erps-Kwerps (near Leuven & Brussels) Belgium

 

 


 

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CreativeJeffrey.com: 100s of articles, videos and cartoons on creativity   Jeffosophy.com - possibly useful things I have learned over the years.   Kwerps.com: reflections on international living and travel.   Ungodly.com - paintings, drawings, photographs and cartoons by Jeffrey