7 Simple Tips to Help You Achieve Your Goals
We all have goals we’d love to achieve in our personal and professional lives. They say the difference between a “goal” and a “dream” is ACTION. Here are 7 ways to help put you in action and help you achieve your life goals.
1. Write them down
Whether you create a new notes section on your phone for your goals, or write them down on a piece of paper and tape them to your bathroom mirror, the point is to solidify them and constantly have them on your mind.
2. Track your progress
Regular check-ins with yourself and your goals is just as important as writing them down. Setup calendar reminders on a daily or weekly basis to check-in and evaluate your progress.
3. Tell somebody
Family, friends, or colleagues are great for holding you accountable in reaching your goals. Perhaps you can even help them with their own goals and ultimately foster a deeper bond.
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4. Stay positive
Your ambitious goals will not be easy to accomplish. But big goals are what will set you apart from others just passing through life. Keep a positive mindset and know that you are in control of the work you put in to achieve great things.
5. Revisit and evolve
Be open to evolving your goals as you continue to work on them. It’s common that you’ll gain new information throughout your pursuit that you likely wouldn’t have known before starting – so be flexible!
6. Celebrate along the way
It’s important to celebrate the “little wins” on your way to achieving your big goals. This keeps you in a positive mindset when your ambitious goals may seem far away.
7. Stay focused
Don’t let life’s distractions derail you from reaching your goals. They will surely come, but it’s important to keep your eyes on the prize.
About the author: Eric is a co-founder at The Mindful Tech Lab where he focuses on creating self care technology to help millions of people around the world improve their body and mind. He is a strong proponent of positive psychology and enjoys reading, writing, and sharing the benefits to help others live their own best life.