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for Achieving Your
Goals in Life
On The Way To Your
to be much more likely to achieve success (and
have more fun on the way) if you set yourself up to
feel good as you make your way to your goal. For
example, if your goal is to run a halfmarathon, set
out first to run a 5K, and be sure to celebrate yourself
when you do.
2. Get Started going
achieve it because they keep putting off, you know,
getting started on the road toward it. If there's
something you want to accomplish, set a date and
time when you're going to start pursuing it (why not
today?). Then make sure you stick to it.
you reach your goal, record it — whether it's writing
it down in your planner or keeping an achievement
journal. Being able to track your progress and look
back on how much work you've done will give you
an extra edge toward perseverance.
Find a friend or family member who also has a goal, Find a friend or family member who also has a goal,
and agree to encourage and hold each other
accountable when it comes to working toward it. It
doesn't even have to be the same goal, but all the
better if it's something you can do together!
5. Keep Room In Your Life For The Find a friend or family member who also has a goal,
Most Important Things
While it's important to hold yourself accountable
and keep working to achieve your new goals, it's
also just as important to do other things that matter
to you and that you enjoy, or that make you feel
good — whether that's volunteering, hanging out
with your family, knitting, reading or just getting a
good night's sleep.