A Push Goal is the one goal that if achieved will make all (or most) of the others possible. Let’s say you made a list of 10 goals for the next 90 days (in fact, I recommend making a list of 10). Looking at that list, what do the majority of those goals require to accomplish them? You’ll find that most require either more time, money, discipline or skills. Once you figure out what you need most, you can set ONE goal that will help you create more of what you need to achieve all of those goals. This goal will be your PUSH Goal.
Your Push Goal isn't necessarily the goal that's most important to you, but it IS the one that makes the others possible. It's like a domino effect. Achieving that one goal will help you "push through" the others.
So, take a look at your list. Evaluate each of your goals one at a time. Decide how many other goals that one goal would make possible if it were achieved. This is your Push Goal, and this is where you need to focus your attention. You'll be amazed by how quickly you knock the other goals off your list when you focus on your Push Goal first.