Steps to Achieve Your Goals Simplified

Have you ever set a goal and not achieved it? Most people have. It’s quite common for people to get stuck in an endless cycle of setting goals and then quitting them shortly afterwards– and accomplishing nothing at all.

Why do people do this? One of the biggest reasons is a lack of commitment to their goal. Without commitment a goal will gradually shrink in importance, and the temptation to quit will seem much more attractive, especially when obstacles cause delays and setbacks.

Committing to Your Goals 

Here’s how to commit to your goals:.

On the other hand, if you make a serious commitment and then continually remind yourself of it, you’ll be much more likely to achieve the goal and persevere.

 Foremost and first, you have to make sure that every goal you set is of VITAL importance to you. This can be tricky because we so often fool ourselves into thinking we want one thing when we want something entirely different. Take some time with this part of the process, and be sure that you get to the heart of what you really want.

Would nothing much happen if you don’t achieve your goal? You have to make your goal the most important thing in the world, and if you don’t do it, you’ll deal with negative consequences. Play up the fact that you’ll lose respect for yourself if you don’t follow through; or you might agree to give up something you love if you don’t make it happen.

Have you ever set a goal and not achieved it? Would nothing much happen if you don’t achieve your goal? It’s easy to be committed you’re your goal is new and your motivation is high, but you need to be able to STAY committed– no matter what! Promise yourself that you’re going to do as much as you can to work on your goal that day, and every day until you achieve it.

When it comes right down to it, no one can achieve your goals for you.

It’s easy to be committed you’re your goal is new and your motivation is high, but you need to be able to STAY committed– no matter what! Promise yourself that you’re going to do as much as you can to work on your goal that day, and every day until you achieve it.

If you feel your commitment beginning to slip, write all of this down and keep it handy so you can refer to it as often as necessary.

Ask yourself if your goal is worth the effort and sacrifice that will be needed to achieve it. You are on the way if you can honestly answer yes!

When it comes right down to it, no one can achieve your goals for you. The more committed and determined you are to making your goal happen, the more likely you’ll do just that.

Understanding that goals small or big can get you where you want to be…

Inspiration*Motivation & Educating others is my purpose

Inspiration*Motivation & Educating others is my purpose

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