We all have goals in our life. Short-term goals, long-term goals, career-goals, life-goals, couple-goals, so many goals surround us. We make New Year decisions and goals every year. But many of us fail to execute these plans, strategies into action for fulfilling our dearly goals. All we need to actually achieve goals is to simply let constructive thoughts flow in our mind. It can be a bit tough in the beginning but with these two simple steps, you can make it a daily practice.
Surety is the First Step to Achieve Goals
Sometimes, the biggest problem about the goals and their attainment is the clarity of the same. At times we ourselves are unaware about what we really want. So, the first and the most important step for achieving goals is to determine them.
Yes, many of us follow the – ‘Take life as it goes by’ motto. But living spontaneously, literally, on-the-go is not really advisable for certain vital aspects of life like career, relationships, etc. Of course, we do not mean to say that you should make an in-depth planning and a list with every detail jotted down. But you can definitely decide priorities and act accordingly. You can at least decide the aspects of life that you want to focus on, one by one, as per your priorities. Well, even though it can be accepted that you don’t need your whole life figured out, you can take at least one step at a time.
So folks, to achieve goals, first determine them.
Imprint Your Goals on Your Sub-conscious
Deciding you want something is not enough to get it. You need to work hard, and by work hard, we mean really hard. The most important thing is that you need to be constantly reminded of your goals as a motivation to work upon them.
Typically, the best way to do it is to write them down and read it every day. Do it until you can get a surety that it has been imprinted in your mind just like words on a rock. This will help you listen to your own thoughts and goals and set actions accordingly; instead of listening to what people have to say and suggest.
Another way of imprinting these goals is to record it so that you can hear it. Know how listening to the same song on repeat makes you remember the lyrics effortlessly? Doing the same for goals will help them get stuck in your brain thus allowing you to focus on them with better efforts. It is all about imprinting it in your sub-conscious. You can do it of course in any way that suits you best. You can also change your passwords to your goals, effects of which we have described earlier.
Two Simple Steps
Remember, if you do these 2 simple things you can easily find the motivation of working harder towards your goals. Even if you lose motivation, there will be days when such imprints on your sub-conscious will help you gain that much needed boost back.
So get up and get going folks. Decide what you want, let it imprint on your mind and body, and work hard to achieve these goals.