How To Set Goals You Achieve

By on May 3, 2018

Everyone knows they should set goals. Most people set goals on January 1st only never to follow through with them three weeks later. Why does this happen? It happens because people set outlandish goals for themselves only to give up on them. It’s great to want to set big goals for yourself but if you can never accomplish them, what’s the point in it?

When you set goals for yourself, you’ll want to set goals for yourself that are manageable. If you’ve never made more than $50,000 in your life and you want to make $1,000,0000, while it could happen it’s just not plausible. You can have the work ethic of a millionaire but it will wear off after a week. Instead, set a goal of making $60,000 or $75,000 for yourself. The next year you can set a goal of making $100,000 for yourself. You’re making incremental goals for yourself instead of goals that will turn you away after a few weeks.

No matter what goals you set for yourself, always make sure they are goals that are achievable within a given period. It is possible to become a millionaire but it shouldn’t be to become a millionaire or bust. You can live a nice life making $75,000 per year.

With your goals why do you want to achieve them? You need to have a purpose behind your goals or they will never get achieved. With a purpose behind your goals, you will have a reason to achieve them. If there’s no reason behind achieving your goals, why would you want to accomplish them?

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When you go to set new goals for yourself, whether it’s at the start of the new year or the start of a new week, always make sure your goals are manageable to achieve and that you have a purpose behind them!

 Trevor Oldham

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