January 15


Change Required to Meet New Goals

Change is Required for You to Meet New Goals

Do you know what to change to meet your goals?
What type of change is best for your success?
Are you creating realistic change for yourself?

This makes me think of the “some assembly required…” statement we see posted on products. As a human, I’m glad we don’t have to focus on our assembly – just our beliefs and actions 🙂

So often I look to nature for examples (click here for the posting on what ants can teach us). In particular, I look at trees and birds. Why? I respect trees for their flexibility and strength with their constant perseverance and adaptive survival skills. Trees are constantly in a state of change, or fine-tuning, to endure what nature is requiring of them.

Trees are great at surviving against the odds and are great examples of balance. The ongoing balance act to support life and even thrive is a full time job for trees. Trees must be strong enough to support their limbs and fruit while enduring strong winds or heavy snowfalls; yet, flexible enough to sway and not break or be uprooted. Additionally, when it isn’t their time to express their awesomeness above ground during summertime, they are busy making adjustments to their root system to support, produce, and thrive for the next year. Change is the way of be-ing for a tree.

 Change is required to meet new goals

For a tree, each season is a new goal. For us it could be annually, quarterly, monthly, weekly, or even daily. Change should be our constant too – until we find the right beliefs and actions of change to support and meet our new goals.

Change at Root Level
Change at Root Level

Business Rescue Coach Inquiry on Change:

  1. How good of a tree are you to your new year goals you set?
  2. Are you creating enough change to support your new goals?
  3. Do you desire your goal enough to make a change?

NOTE: When you make change happen, make sure you are making it at your root level. Anything that is surface is short-lived, just like leaves on a tree. When roots are appropriately supported, noticeable blooming occurs.

Goals should be attainable and inspiring! Click on this sentence to read some more about developing good goals.  Remember, if you are motivated by them, you are more likely to achieve them 🙂

Goals are our topic for January’s Monday posts:

Our Monday posts during the month of January will also address, the purpose of goals, the basics of developing solid goals, the benefit of goals, and measuring results of your goals. If you stay with our Monday posts this month, you will be all set to develop any goals – in a good way to support your success!

Your Business Rescue Coach wants to know: Which above question is the one you are going to really focus on this year? Please share so we can learn from each others best practices.


If you or your business needs rescuing on this particular topic
or any other Business Strategies we have been discussing,
please reach out to Maggie (262) 716.7750   FYI: I’m in the Central Time Zone

Blessings of Success to YOU ~
Maggie Mongan, Brilliant CEO & Founder
Brilliant Breakthroughs, Inc.


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