What’s Your Favorite CRAVE Step to Achieve Your Goals?

Perhaps you heard me present “CRAVE Your Goals!” at your company or convention, or read my “Working with Wisdom” book and finally decided to take action.

So, you cleaned out the clutter, used affirmations or created a vision board that made it easier for you to achieve important goals.

This short, animated whiteboard video summarizes the CRAVE steps, as a refresher to you and to inspire others. Thanks for sharing!



What’s your favorite CRAVE step and what did it help you achieve? I’d love to hear from you!  Please post a comment below.

20 thoughts on “What’s Your Favorite CRAVE Step to Achieve Your Goals?

  1. Henna Inam Reply

    Hi Tricia –

    I really like each of the steps…but perhaps the most important one that I’m practicing these days is “R” – raising my energy. And the one I need to practice more is “C” – cleaning out the clutter – – take more time to meditate and prioritize the important over the urgent.

    Thank you for the great reminder Tricia!

  2. Angela Buttimer Reply

    Hi Tricia
    I love all of the CRAVE steps and use them on a regular basis. Right now I think I am enjoying Affirm Success the most. For myself and my clients I know how important and impactful this step is. Choosing what we focus on and utilizing positive self-talk are key when it comes to reaching our goals! Love your CRAVE program and I know it will continue to help many people.

  3. Laurie Genevish Reply

    Hi Tricia,

    I find all the steps extremely helpful. I am in the habit of “Cleaning Out the Clutter”. I am 10 times more productive and focused when everything around me is more organized. I don’t hold onto things like I used to. I am working more on Affirming Success through the use of affirmations. When I get in a situation where I don’t feel as confident I say to myself – “I am an expert in making companies successful through their workforce.”

  4. Melissa Galt Reply

    Express gratitude is my favorite C.R.A.V.E. step. I have a daily morning gratitude practice and during the day, if something goes awry as it sometimes will, my go-to is gratitude to pull my energy back on track. C.R.A.V.E. rocks!

  5. Tom Ellicott Reply

    Tricia, thank you for sharing your CRAVE program with our group. As always, you were a terrific speaker and the material is a foundation for success for our agents.

    • Tricia Molloy Post authorReply

      It was my pleasure to teach CRAVE to the Realtors at PalmerHouse Properties, Tom! They were so excited to put these strategies into action to serve their clients. I suspect many of them were already aware of the steps, so this was a good refresher. Kudos to you and Kevin for hiring the best and providing ongoing training like this.

  6. Bronkar Reply

    I love your CRAVE program! It’s clean, clear and right on point. My favorite part is about cleaning out the clutter. That’s the section I need the most support with. You’re techniques have definitely helped me with my focus and follow through. Thank you for all you’ve done to support my personal growth. You are amazing! I really hope you keep doing what you’re doing, because the world needs people like you.

    • Tricia Molloy Post authorReply

      Thank you, Bronkar! With your many talents, I can see how cleaning out what no longer serves you allows you to shine event brighter. It’s my pleasure to support you and to watch you in action. I’m excited to see all the people you will inspire as you move from entertainer to content-rich motivator.

  7. LaMonique Reply

    I would have to admit that all steps in the CRAVE program are very helpful and extremely useful, but if I had to choose one, it would be “Affirm your success”. Positive affirmations and believing them is half the battle. One has to see “it” as a possibility before you can achieve it. Getting out of your own way, mentally, in order to open up room for positive things and great things to happen. CRAVE is a must for anyone looking for growth and moving to that next level.

    • Tricia Molloy Post authorReply

      Sometimes people question the power of affirmations. At the least, it’s a personal pep talk and helps to drown out those automatic negative messages our ego tells us as a misguided protective mechanism. LaMonique, your beautiful life purpose statement you created, framed and refer to is another form of an affirmation.

      • LaMonique Reply

        So true. It is very helpful to hear it, see it and say it. Positive affirmations are so important when seeking improvement or growth as the negative inner voice can be easy to receive. The positive affirmations quickly pull one to the side to say yes I can and see the “possibilities.”

          • LaMonique

            Very interesting! The part that stands out for me is:
            According to acclaimed researcher Barbara Fredrickson, Ph.D., the author of “Positivity: Top-Notch Research Reveals the 3 to 1 Ratio That Will Change Your Life,” most people need at least three positive experiences to balance out a negative one.
            It’s why we tend to remember criticisms over compliments….

            Before CRAVE, I used to feel somewhat guilty for even accepting a compliment. Positive thoughts, positive talk and positive visuals…. Positive affirmations, they work!

  8. Jim Hogan Reply

    Tricia, Thanks for consistently presenting the positive side and allowing others to find their path to their dreams and desires though the CRAVE process. My favorite part…and the hardest for me, is the Clear the clutter step. You have to start somewhere and if you don’t get this right, it is hard to move on.


    • Tricia Molloy Post authorReply

      Most people start with cleaning out clutter–whether it’s physical, technical or emotional. It gives you the clarity and energy to do the rest. But you know that, Jim! I’m sure you use most of these steps when you prepare for marathons.

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