Achieving Your Goal the Easy Way
Hey folks, how many of us have thought of pursuing a goal only to quit halfway? Like, let’s say the annual New Year’s resolution?
I know one time or another we made one ourselves but for some reasons were never able to see it come to fruition.
Well, allow me to give some helpful tips on how to start achieving your goal now.
Achieving Your Goal
Ask yourself, “What can I do these days to get one step forward, however little, nearer to accomplishing my goal?”
Taking the first step is probably the most essential.
You’ll build up some much-needed strength. This will make quitting both individually frustrating and tactically more complicated.
In the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, “Do one thing every day that frightens you.”
When you set an objective, think about establishing a SMART one.
SMART is an acronym that provides a structure for considering a goal.  Teachers and trainers like to use this acronym because it causes us to sit down and really focus on our goals wisely so that they’re eventually simpler to achieve.
S – Specific (or Significant).
M – Measurable (or Meaningful).
A – Attainable (or Action-Oriented).
R – Relevant (or Rewarding).
T – Time-bound (or Trackable).
In maintaining with SMART,
Your objective should be is specific and definable
A definable objective might be something like “I’d like to lose 20 pounds in three months” or “I’d like to win a Chess Tournament.”
Particular, a definable one helps you keep on track and let you know they’re possible.
Instead of making really general objectives, be specific.
Make sure your it is measurable
How will you know if your objective is accomplished?
Will it be achieved when you have a feeling, which can be untrustworthy, or will it be achieved when a limit is exceeded or a day has passed?
Is it attainable?
Here’s the distinction between the two:
A hypothetically possible goal could be getting to the moon. Yes, it’s been done by a few people, so it is officially possible.
But how big are your possibilities of getting there?
If it’s your greatest desire and you’re an astronaut, maybe it’s possible. But for most of us, it’s just not a realistic goal.
A realistic goal, instead of getting to the moon, would be to generate an income as an astronaut. Yes, it’s very difficult to be an astronaut and get compensated for it, but it’s a much more realistic objective than getting to the moon.
It should applicable or fulfilling to you individually
Those who are neglected desire a goal to stand out. Those who are fat create objectives to lose weight.
But every once in a while, individuals create objectives that they aren’t individually dedicated to, but which they think they should be.
Be certain that your objective is time-bound
Set yourself a due date for your goal. If you set yourself a due date, your sense of urgency increases dramatically. Without a due date, you’ll just hop along for the ride, swimming downstream, maddeningly unacquainted with where the finish line is.
So, there you go, some helpful tips that’ll hopefully make you achieve your goal today!
Bob Ullman is a recognized leader in the home-based business industry, and has coached many to success. Feel free to check out his business at www.partnerwithus123.com
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