GEO: 4 Questions To Achieve More

Here are 4 questions that will help you achieve more in life. Have you ever wondered how you can be really good at one thing, and really suck at another? What if you could find a way to be really good at both? Well, you can! With the help of this neat little exercise called […] read more...

Written By Kevin Watson

On February 12, 2015

Here are 4 questions that will help you achieve more in life.

Have you ever wondered how you can be really good at one thing, and really suck at another?
What if you could find a way to be really good at both?
Well, you can!
With the help of this neat little exercise called GEO (Goal; Evidence; Operation), you can start to understand how you achieve consistently high results in one area whilst you seem to struggle to make headway in another.
Let me show you how.
Firstly, recall an effective context, something that you consistently achieve in.
Next, write down your answers to these four simple questions:

  • What are your goals in this context? (GOAL)
  • How do you know when you have achieved these goals? (EVIDENCE)
  • What do you do in order to reach these goals? (OPERATION)
  • What do you do if you are not reaching these goals? (OPERATION)

Be specific, answering each question fully before going onto the next.
Next, consider an ineffective context, something you find challenging or do not achieve highly.
Repeat the four questions, again being specific and answering each one fully.
Now, compare the two sets of answers. Notice what is similar and what is different about each one.
Ask yourself, what would it be like if you…

  • …set goals in the same way, in each context?
  • …knew when you had achieved the goals, in the same way in each context?
  • …took the same or similar steps to achieve them?
  • …took the same or similar steps if you weren’t achieving┬áthem?

Have fun with this exercise, and let me know how you get on.

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