This exercise helps you categorize your goals. When you see individual goals grouped together in categories, you get a better sense of what’s important to you and where you should put your energy. This chart lets you prioritize each category in order of importance so you can focus on the one that holds the greatest value for you right now.
The Soar Logbook helps you define short-, medium- and long-term goals. For each goal, you’ll identify outcomes and obstacles as well as the skills and behaviours you’ll need to use to achieve the goals, and the people or groups who can help you. You’ll also develop a step-by-step action plan with milestone dates to make these goals a reality.
The beauty of the Soar Chart is that it summarizes all the expectations and dreams you intent to turn into reality. Your completed Soar Chart reminds you of what is truly important in your life over a set period of time. It reinforces your expectations and gives you a boost in tough times. It helps you with your visualization process. The Soar Chart is your roadmap to your future, with specific dates and/or age of accomplishments.
When you use the Monthly Monitor Chart to review your goals on a regular basis, you’ll start moving toward them faster. Review this chart three times per day: in the morning when you wake up, at midday, and before going to bed at night. This is a great way to monitor progress on a specific goal and track actions taken.
*** Find resources and further explanations in my book “Sink-Float-Soar:
Your Personal Guide To Discovering Your Inner Self. ***