Setting achievable goals are literally important for a super successful day, week, month and year! Setting a goal means that you definitely seek for something unusual and uncommon but achievable. Goals are just like wishes, but this time, they aren’t something off limit that you have tiny chances of getting.
Goals give us something to focus on, something to put our mind to and be directed on, but it goes beyond just setting goals, we should also know what we intend to achieve and be ready for difficulties and unusual experiences.
Do You Have A Realistic Goal?
The easiest way of finding out if you have a realistic goal is by asking yourself;
“What are my goals?”
If for one reason or the other, you can’t answer this question, then welcome to the club of unrealistic goal getters.
What’s a goal without work?
Our ability to work towards achieving a goal makes it realistic and not just another wish.
We’ve all had goals some time in our lives and even though a good number of us rarely work towards achieving them, they are still goals. It’s easy to say you’ve set a goal but difficult to achieve them if you do more talking than doing. we often say we have goals but we mostly don’t know exactly what they are, or how to achieve them. Because we do not know what we want to achieve, we often let go of our attempts, speculations and assumed results as soon as we make claims to starting out.
Setting Achievable Goals
I’ve had goals which went down the sewer because they were either not realistic or worked on. Laziness, procrastination, fears or whatever, has a major role to play in the inability to achieve goals.
You don’t just set goals and sleep, then expect things to magically turn out as speculated. It’s important to let ourselves know that this is earth, not utopia but something unimaginably real.
If you are ready to set a goal, I believe you should be ready to work towards achieving your goals…
Next up, Setting up a challenge to a better you.