Are you setting the right goals for yourself?
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When writing a goal it’s important to write them in a positive way, or at least a way that feels positive to you.
In the quest to improve your life, try writing down a goal and then changing the words to sound more positive to see if it isn’t more motivating. For instance, losing weight seems like a good goal, but for some people it might signify deprivation. So instead, the person might frame the goal as improving my BMI by 10 points or improving my cholesterol by 10 percent.
Do You Have Too Many Goals Set at One Time?
Just as setting too few goals can be a problem, so can setting too many.
Everyone has a personal life and a career life and points in between. If you have set goals in too many areas of life at once, you might tire yourself out and get overwhelmed.
Instead pick one personal goal, and one other type of goal to focus on until you reach them, and then you can add more goals as time goes on. You don’t need to do everything today. Slow and steady wins the race is a good motto to hang on to.
Setting the right goals for yourself takes some thought and consideration. Don’t try to set all your goals in one day – instead, set some goals in different stages and in different areas of your life and give a lot of thought to why you’re making the goal in the first place.
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