What do I re­ally want?

In the first of a new five-part se­ries, CHRIS HUNT looks at ways in which you can start to set your own per­sonal goals and then take them to a new level

The Wokingham Paper - - HEALTH - Per­sonal fit­ness with Chris Hunt

SO what do we start with this week? I hope you read last week’s article closely and had a good think about what we spoke about. The next five weeks we will be spend­ing some time an­swer­ing some ques­tions that I know for sure are going to open up your mind and re­ally pro­pel your goal set­ting and goal achiev­ing to a whole new level.

The ques­tions are shown be­low:

WEEK1 What do I re­ally want?

WEEK 2 What is im­por­tant about it?

WEEK 3 How will I get it?

WEEK 4 What is pre­vent­ing me from hav­ing it? WEEK 5 How will I know I am suc­cess­ful?

This week we will be fo­cus­ing on ques­tion num­ber one: “What do I re­ally want?

What do you re­ally want can be classed into so many dif­fer­ent ar­eas and over­all most coaches and pos­i­tive change coaches will break the ar­eas down into the fol­low­ing cat­e­gories:

Fam­ily

Re­la­tion­ships

Per­sonal devel­op­ment

Health and Fit­ness

Spir­i­tu­al­ity

Ca­reer

So this week I want you to fo­cus on the cat­e­gories above and ask the ques­tion – What do I re­ally want?

To get you started I am going to give you a few ex­am­ples of the types of ques­tions I want you to ask of your­self:

What do I want my fam­ily dy­nam­ics to look like? Do I want to spend more time with my fam­ily do­ing things we en­joy? What do I want for my fam­ily in the fu­ture?

What re­la­tion­ships do I want to form mov­ing for­ward? Is there a re­la­tion­ship I want to fo­cus on over the next 12 months? What re­la­tion­ships are work­ing and what re­la­tion­ships are not work­ing cur­rently?

What do I want from my life? What do I want to achieve in the fu­ture? What ar­eas of my per­son­al­ity and skill base do I need to im­prove on?

Is there an area of my health that I need to work on? What goal do I want to set for my body this year? What do I want to achieve in the gym this next 12 months?

Is there any­thing I could study right now to help me spir­i­tu­ally? What do I want to achieve from my spir­i­tual self over the next three, six, nine and 12 months?

Is my cur­rent job and ca­reer choice sat­is­fy­ing me? What do I want to achieve in my cho­sen ca­reer? What would I like to earn in the next months, three years, five years and 10 years?

These are just some ba­sic ques­tions that I have set for you but the real key is ask­ing your own ques­tions that will open up your own mind.

My busi­ness model is all about us­ing health and fit­ness to drive on pos­i­tive change in all other ar­eas of your life.

When it comes to health and fit­ness and my own model; I be­lieve in my M.A.S.T.E.R.Y model of pos­i­tive change which I have talked about be­fore.

The M.A.S.T.E.R.Y model in­volves fo­cus­ing on Morn­ing rit­u­als, Nu­tri­tion, State of Mind, Train­ing, your En­vi­ron­ment, Re­cov­ery and rest / sleep and fi­nally You.

If you want to ex­plore these fur­ther then you know how to reach me.

So pretty sim­ple right?

I truly be­lieve that by ask­ing some ques­tions of your­self and giv­ing your­self some hon­est feed­back then you can re­ally move for­ward on the right path to pos­i­tive long last­ing change. This is what we all want right?

Knowl­edge is hav­ing the right an­swer. In­tel­li­gence is hav­ing the right ques­tion.

There is no stupid ques­tion. Stupid peo­ple don’t ask ques­tions.

My fi­nal thought for you this week is to re­mem­ber the A.S.K prin­ci­ple which stands for AL­WAYS SEEK KNOWL­EDGE.

What knowl­edge do you seek this week?

What will you find out about your­self this week?

Happy Thursday to you…now go grab that in­ner wis­dom and ask your­self WHAT DO I RE­ALLY WANT?

What will put the flesh on your re­la­tion­ships in the year ahead? What do you re­ally want?

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