Five benefits of not having any goals! - Jung Personal Mastery

Five benefits of not having any goals!

by | 17, Jan, 2024

A lot of us are thinking of goals, especially goals we can set ourselves for the year.

We want to achieve A, B and C.

We want to have D, E, and F

But what if you do not want to have any goals?

There are some benefits to be considered from not having any goals at all. Here are 5!

😃1: Reduced stress from not having to meet any set goals
– “no goals no stress”

😃2: Flexibility and spontaneity
– can easily pivot with the moment to do what you want

😃3: Experience freedom from expectations
– having no expectations of achievement is liberating in a way

😃4: Increased creativity and exploration
– being unbounded by projects and objectives means that we can be free in the way we perceive and create

😃5: Improved well being and mindfulness
– without being driven hard by things that need doing can help one to be present in the moment

🤔BUT by consciously not having goals for a sustained period of time may lead to a sense of lack of direction and purpose. This in itself can feel demotivating.

👉Have you ever felt you did not want to have goals for a time because you do not know what you really really want?

👉Do you perform best with well designed directional goals that stimulate you to achieve and make progress?

👉💡I have a recording of my online workshop “Setting the Stage for Success in 2024: Goal Planning and Action Strategies for Leaders”. Click on the link below to access it so that you can plan your goals.
https://youtu.be/hPalcNbITjA

👉💡You can access the Personal Mastery Quiz to get your personalised Roadmap by clicking on the link below.

https://jung-lqiakjqt.scoreapp.com

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My name is Jung. 

I empower leaders to get clarity on their purpose using a 3 step personal mastery system.

🤔 If you’d like to know more or explore how I could support you, please reach out to me for a strategy call where we can look at what is missing for you in order to achieve what you want and find meaning in what you do.

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