My Simple Lifebook [Template]
Foundational Goals & Overriding Goal

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Use the Funnel of Focus to identify your goals

1️⃣ Define Your Foundational Goals For The Year
2️⃣ Identify Your Overriding Goal For The Year
3️⃣ Get Crystal Clear On Your Overriding Goal
4️⃣ Define Your Annual & Quarterly Goals
1️⃣ Define Your Foundational Goals For The Year
Goal setting against your Life Vision is the cornerstone of your Lifebook system.
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This is the beauty of Lifebook. You are no longer setting unrelated goals in a vacuum. You have a target. It’s your clearly defined Life Vision. All your goals should be directed at that target. Every individual achievement is a smaller piece of a bigger, more important puzzle.
It’s time to define your foundational goals.
These are the 5 to 6 most important goals upon which your Life Vision rests.
The 5 to 6 most important objectives that will allow you to accomplish your Life Vision.
There is no general rule here. These goals can be:
multi-year goals
yearly goals
even goals that can be accomplished in a day (e.g. deciding to wake up early or quitting your job)
What matters is that these are the most important goals, the massive wins. They are the foundation of your Ideal Life Vision.
Let's get started!
Begin by reading your new and improved
Really let it soak in
Then ask yourself: What are the 5-6 most important objectives you must accomplish to live that Life Vision?
Write your foundational goals below 👇.

Hint. You might already have them written out. You can probably find them in two places:
Your 5-6 foundational goals are probably already within your “Strategy Sections” of each of your 12 Categories.
In the previous section, we asked you “What is the price you have to pay to get what you want?” Check that list because it might contain a few foundational goals as well.

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