Goal Setting & Success: Set Your Goals, Monitor Your Dreams
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Keep Your Goals Fresh In Your Mind
– Most of us have goals, the question is how many of us actually follow-up and work those goals. What I mean is going a step further then actually recording your goals, with that said the question is how do we effectively work our goals list…
Here are a few techniques that work for me, hopefully you can adapt these to work for you. Add daily, weekly and monthly tasks to your overall goals. Make these tasks achievable yet enough to stretch you at the same time.
The objective of achieving our goals is as much as what it makes of us to reach them, as it is what we actually get in reaching them. The main idea is that with each accomplished task, it’s taking you closer to your overall dream.
Equally important is to take evaluation of your progress along the way. Review your goals at least once a week, or at least once a month! It is the old out of mind, out of sight saying. Don’t fall victim to it. Keep your goals fresh in your mind. If you can review your goals each day you’re that much better off. It really is about keeping our objectives fresh in our minds.
To Your Success, Josh Hinds
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