Process Goals: 6 Ways Slowing Down and Thinking Small Will Help You Write Your Book…

 by Ruth Harris  on Anne R. Allen site:

Psychologists differentiate between outcome goals (write a book) and process goals (the steps it will take to write a book).

The outcome goal focuses on the big picture and the end result—a diamond-studded World Series ring, an Emmy, the winner’s circle at the Kentucky Derby.

An outcome goal (Bestseller! Glowing five-star reviews!) is one over which you have no control.

No wonder you feel overwhelmed and intimidated before you even begin.

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