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What is the Law of Attraction?

Have you heard about the Law of Attraction?

Maybe Cosmic Ordering?

Want to know more?  If you are based in the North East of England you can come along to our workshop this October where will be looking at the Law of Attraction and in particular what steps we can follow to attract those things to us whether it be personally, professionally or in our business.

You can book and pay for our workshops and other events here: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/newcastle-performance-coaching-limited-6295082261 … watch our for our great Early Bird deals 🙂

Check out our website and find out more about our workshops here: http://workshops.newcastle-life-coach.co.uk

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AN INTRODUCTION TO THE LAW OF ATTRACTION:

This session is a great Introduction to the Law of Attraction. You can change your life by stop focusing on what you fear and what you don’t want. Instead start focusing on what you DO want. Your whole life can change if you learn how to apply the law of attraction.
We will look at the steps to take to successfully engage the Law of Attraction to attract Personal and Professional success. This is an interactive session in which members share their own knowledge, experience and success when engaging the Law of Attarction.
Whether you are new to the concept of engaging the Law of Attraction or if you have used it before this is a great informal session to meet other like minded people and take something positive from the session.

Further Information

Our workshops run from the offices of Newcastle Performance Coaching Limited, West Fifteen, Whickham View, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE15 6UN. The room is on the first floor and there is no lift in the building.

There is street parking outside, a carpark across the road. Public transport buses (please check timetable and route) 1, 30, 31, 38)

You are required to attend at least 15 minutes before the start of the session so that you find a seat, make a drink, meet other delates, get settled and so the session is not disrupted by late arrivals.

Refreshments and materials are provided – please bring along pen/pencil and paper if you would like to take notes.

There will be 1-15 people at the session (we don’t have a minimum number).

The format of our sessions vary between workshops, activities, presentations and discussions. All sessions are friendly, relaxed, informal and interactive. Everyone is welcome to contribute to the session.

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How to Set and Achieve Your Goals

People set their goals differently, depending on their current situation, resources, physical capacity and other factors. Follow theses simple guidelines to be sure that your goals are

believable and achievable. Many people set their goals too high only to fall behind and become disappointed which soon leads to a lack of motivation and increased procrastination.  Check out these tips I have for you.

Be Specific

Goals need to be specific, this enables you to identify milestones and action steps which will keep you focused and on track.  Many people have goals to change career, get promoted, increase their wealth, improve their relationship etc.  These goals whilst typical for many are very vague and your mind may become confused about what you truly want. General descriptions do not have boundaries, so you always leave room for mistakes and compromise. If you want results that you can be proud of, be specific.

To be specific, you need to include the full details. Write down something like, “I want to get £125,000 by 5 October of this year.” or “It is 2 December 2010 and I am the key supervisor of the sales department.” Include the names, the position, the amount, the date and everything else needed to train your mind to start working towards that goal.

Be Measurable

Goals need to be measurable so that you can track your progress. To help record your progress and goals, you should include measurable details. For a career change, you could include details of the number of hours you’re working, the amount you’re earning, the staff you’re handling, etc. For a financial goal include details of the amount you want to have as a whole, the number of companies or businesses you own, your contact persons, etc. Always have things and items to be measured so you can understand how close you are to getting your goals. If your goal is to earn £100,000 a month, then you know you’re halfway there if you’re already bringing in £50,000 a month.

Being Attainable and Realistic

Only set goals that can possibly be achieved. If you set goals that are too high to accomplish, that you are almost setting yourself up to fail.  Ensure you only set objectives that you can reach within a given amount of time, provided the current resources and capabilities you have. Some examples of near impossible goals are doubling your salary overnight, getting a promotion higher than your boss’s position, etc. Some goals can be achieved faster compared to others if you have some strengths and skills to back these up. Always include a strategic plan for big objectives.

Time-Bound

Set deadlines to achieve your goals or you may find yourself procrastinating and not achieving even  your milestones and action steps. Be specific when setting timelines and schedules. For all action steps set the exact time and date you will take action, what you will do and how you will do it.  For long-term goals which may take years to accomplish break them down into smaller achievable goals with deadlines. Finish every step in sequence to finally reach the biggest goal at the end.

FURTHER READING

Goals! How to Get Everything You Want – Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible by Brian Tracy

Maximum Achievement: Strategies and Skills That Will Unlock Your Hidden Powers to Succeed by Brian Tracy

The Ultimate Goals Program: How to Get Everything You Want – Faster Than You Ever Thought Possible by Brian Tracy (Nightingale Conant) by Brian Tracy

The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You are to Where You Want to be by Jack Canfield and Janet Switzer

Blind Spots: Achieve Success by Seeing What You Can’t See by Claudia Shelton

There’s Always a Way: How to Develop a Positive Mindset and Succeed in Business and Life by Tony Little

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