Goal Setting Formula: Do Your Goals Hit This “Sweet Spot”? (Law Of Attraction)

goal setting formula: do your goals hit the "sweet spot?" (law of attraction)

Are you ready to learn about the goal setting formula that has allowed me to achieve my goals and take my life to the next level?

Every successful person has one thing in common – they all set goals and work extremely hard to make them a reality. However, in order to accomplish your goals, you need to know how to set them and have a goal setting strategy for doing so.

When it comes to setting goals, you want them to stretch you, without making you feel anxious. This is your sweet spot, or the optimal mental state of being in “the zone.”

Research on stretch goals shows that they can produce amazing results if people can imagine the possibility of accomplishing them.

Many people search their whole lives to find their goal setting sweet spot. Are you ready to find yours? In the words of Earl Nightingale, “People with goal succeed because they know where they are going.” 

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A lot of people ask me whether their goals should be unrealistic or realistic. When it comes to this debate, there are many different schools of thought.

I have applied both type of goals in my own life and I have found a goal setting formula that works best for me, which I want to share with you.

When it comes to goal setting, I believe that you need to set both unrealistic and realistic goals.

Realistic goals are those that you know you can achieve. On the flip side, unrealistic goals are the ones that you dream about. They are long-term in their scope and connected to your larger vision.

Unfortunately, I see a lot of people set unrealistic goals in a short-time frame, like wanting to lose 30 pounds in 10 days or making $1 million in less than one year. If this is your mindset, you are setting yourself up for failure.

When you feel like a failure, it causes pain, which results in you not wanting to set more goals in the future.

You should never be in a situation where you are not achieving your goals. That is telling me that you are doing something wrong, either with your process or if the goal that you set for yourself is too unrealistic.

If you keep coming up short with your goals, that’s your way of telling your brain, ”I’ve failed so many times, what is the point of even setting goals?” I believe that this is detrimental to your success because it leads to self-sabotage and learned helplessness.

When I set goals for myself, they are goals that I know and believe that i can achieve. In fact, most of my goals are inevitable, because I’m already making progressing in crushing them.

I want to share with you my goal setting formula that has allowed me to achieve so much success in life. I learned this process along time ago when I was studying the Law of Attraction.

With every goal that you set for yourself, there has to be a formula for it. I want you to take out one of your goals and assess it, using this goal setting formula:


When you build a strong desire to achieve your goals, you generate momentum to take massive action.

Whatever goal you set, on a scale from 1-10, you want your level of desire to be a 7 or above. If it’s less than a 7, than you need a new goal.


Belief is what inspires people to keep moving forward towards the achievement of their goals.

You need to believe that you can achieve your goal. It also has to be a 7 or above. For example, you may have a desire to make $1,000,000 a year, but if you have never made $50,000 a year your level of belief may be a 1 or 2. If it’s that low, this is not a good goal. You need to find your sweet spot.

If you take a look at my monthly goals reports, I achieve about 80-90% of the goals that I set for myself. Do your goals hit this sweet spot?

I don't set unrealistic goals that are beyond what I think I believe that I can achieve. I’m not taking big leaps. Rather, I’m focusing on making progress, month after month, and year after year. This is the goal setting formula that works for me.

Don’t buy into the get rich quick, unrealistic goal way of thinking that is obsessed with immediate results and instant gratification. Rather, when it comes to achieving your goals, strive to be consistent and always have a forward-thinking mindset. I believe that being slow and steady always wins the race.

In the words of Confucius, “It does not matter how slowly you go, as long as you do not stop.” Take small steps every day towards achieving your goals, and don’t forget to celebrate yourself along the way. Doing so will give you more confidence and motivation to keep growing and setting bigger goals in the future.

I challenge you to take one of your goals and apply this goal setting formula. Today is the day to start setting goals for creating an extraordinary life. Are you ready?

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Goal Setting Formula: Do Your Goals Hit This “Sweet Spot”? (Law Of Attraction)
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