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12 Insights to Assist Your Smart Goal Setting

  1. Begin each day by focusing on your goal. Use a related quote, tip, short story, memory, song, audio, image, video, scent, food/flavor, etc., to help you enhance your motivation and desire to succeed.
  2. Use strong motives to inspire you to use your knowledge, skills, and talents to meet your goals. However unless you are willing to work towards your goal, you’ll never reach it. Get busy and get to work to succeed.
  3. You have your own, personal, unique qualities and limits. Set realistically achievable limits based on where you start today, rather than where you want to start – at the finish line. It’s ok to take a short break, rather than cause a setback but complete the task.
  4. In everything, your most important goal is to make progress. Sometimes progress involves making an unexpected detour or a mistake. All successful people experience this sort of thing, keep going, and accept that someday, it will be a big part of their success story.
  5. With each dream or goal, there is the potential for multiple success stories. Learning as you go creates great storylines in your life, but only if you refuse to give up on yourself and continue to make progress.
  6. When you get frustrated and feel like giving up for the day, always try to reach your milestone or goal just one more time. Try your best and give it all you’ve got. If you don’t quite make it, think of it as warming up and practicing for tomorrow’s success.
  7. Don’t let a fear of failing keep you from succeeding. You are human like everyone else. You will fail to do something. However, it’s up to you whether you choose to see it as a learning experience or an excuse to give up. Pick yourself up and move forward.
  8. Expect to make mistakes here and there. A journey without twists and turns is usually boring. When you stumble or fall, get up. Find meaning and value in your unexpected challenges and discoveries. These stimulate your curiosity to uncover more info.
  9. Need a little extra motivation to reach a complex goal? Break your goal into smaller, more manageable tasks and mini-goals. Reaching your goals more frequently, you get a greater sense of accomplishment and confidence. This motivates you to continue. Reward yourself a little when you meet each mini-goal.
  10. Develop a system of motivational habits that address issues which crop up for you frequently. Having go-to solutions helps you get in the most efficient mood, mindset, or environment to meet your goal more easily and quickly.
  11. When you set a goal for yourself, you make a promise to yourself that you will do your best to meet that goal. When you only half-heartedly try, you feel just as disappointed and let down, as if a friend had done it. Always keep your word to yourself. You’ll feel much better!
  12. Choose goals that challenge you to improve. They should be outside your current reach; but still attainable with work and improvement. Each time you meet a goal, adjust your goal to challenge you and keep you motivated.
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