Recently, I was reading an article that discusses the topic of goals, and the best part about this article was the approach to achieving…
Recently, I was reading an article that discusses the topic of goals, and the best part about this article was the approach to achieving one’s goals. Most of the time, if a person writes down a goal, they focus on the attainment of that goal instead of focusing on the steps and actions it will take to accomplish the goal.
Here is the alternative to achieving your goals: instead of hoping, wishing, believing, and only putting in mediocre inconsistent effort towards your goals, work on doing an increasing amount of consistent activities that will help you accomplish your goal. Start off by doing 1–5 different goal activities each day for one solid week, and then increase your goal activities to 6–10 for the following week. The goal is to consistently engage in different goal activities that will propel you towards the attainment of your goals; you also want to continuously be creative by increasing the amount of goal activities you engage in each day. After a while, you will notice positive results that will inevitably come about from simply being consistent and also increasing your daily goal activities.
Note: The more consistent you are in completing your goal activities, the more likely you are to notice which activities work better than others, which will guide you in determining which activities are best to complete that will be the most productive for your goals.