Setting goals is easy.
You determine a change you want to see in your life and you declare it a goal.
Achieving that goal is not always easy.
There are many factors that help and hinder your progress toward achieving your goals. One of the best ways to help you achieve that goal is to have a strong motivational “why.”
In this week’s goal setting tip, I talk about a recent goal I achieved, but then had difficulty maintaining. I finally realized that the “why” that helped me focus on this goal, no longer applied.
To remain focused, I needed to find another, equally motivating, “why.”
What’s your goal, and what’s your “why”? Is your motivation strong enough to help you resist temptation? Is it powerful enough to silence your critics (internal and external)?
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