#askdrcherry on Achieving Your Goals

Happy day #Goalkeeper-Goals are powerful ideas to have but so much of the guiding power of goals become weakened when they are not used to their fullest potential. It seems like you have a lot of big goals happening at the same time for different aspects of your life. Here are some tips I share whenever I make goal achieving strategies with my coachees:

  1. Have a positive and can-do approach
  2. Personalize your goals with specifics
  3. Shoot for the possible not the probable
  4. Be smart with your priorities

Have a question? Use #askdrcherry or email askdrcherry@gmail.com and get the answer!

Dr. Cherry

Cherry A. Collier, Ph.D. is an Organizational Psychologist, Strategist, Executive Coach, and Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging Consultant for Personality Matters, Inc. Her science-based approach and brain-based techniques, propel people, teams, and organizations to build bridges and work from the inside out to achieve their goals. Dr. Cherry specializes in emotional intelligence, neuroscience, leadership development, and DEI Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. She received her Doctorate and Master of Science in Applied Social/Organizational Psychology from the University of Georgia and Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Spelman College. She is the author of more than twenty-five Human Behavior related books for leaders, executives, and coaches. Dr. Cherry is often called the DEI Whisperer because she has a unique ability to fiercely “hold the space” and be totally present which creates a psychologically safe environment that allows others all the space they need to fully express themselves. She listens to others with head, heart and hands approach so that they are heard, seen and understood.