What are your tips on creating and following through with goals? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)
What are good goals to set for the New Year? How can one structure one’s goals so that one is more likely to follow through? What are your tips on sticking to goals when the going gets tough?
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Set smaller goals (realistic) when trying to reach your ultimate goal in life. The old saying "Rome wasn't built in a day" really applies when it comes to setting goals. Goals must be set that are attainable. After you have reached your goal, then set the bar a little higher each time. With hard work and dedication you can eventually reach your ultimate goal.
Setting goals are simple. Executing and obtaining goals is a different story. I am a newly graduated college student and I believe I can share tips on reaching your goals, especially early on in your post college life. In my opinion, these first years out of college are critical and the choices and decisions you make at this time in your life can greatly influence what your life turns out to be. I hope some of my advice helps you! read more
I just wrote a hub on this a few days ago.
http://lburmaster.hubpages.com/hub/Tips … esolutions
Writing down about your life goals can be a fun activity to do as you can tick all the goals you have achieved and start writing steps for other goals you still need to achieve in your life. I have shared my personal goals, family goals, career goals, financial goals and some other in this article. Do some of my life goals match with yours? read more
Simple act of setting goals can make achieving success easy and quick whether that be during student life, at work or for personal development. Goal setting motivates to continue working towards ones dream to come true. In this article I will share with you in more detail why to set goal, how to achieve goals and tips on achieving set goals. I have also included goal setting example worksheet. read more
Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goal.
Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.
I don't care how much power, brilliance or energy you have, if you don't harness it and focus it on a specific target, and hold it there you're never going to accomplish as much as your ability warrants.
I wrote a hub about goal setting:
http://reneedc1979.hubpages.com/hub/Two … al-Setting
What do you think??
When you hear someone making a new year's resolution, what scale of credibility will you give that person? And will the subsequent course of events cause the person to appear weak, or strong? Resolutions are basically known as "hollow dreams." The same is true for goals, when those goals are too unrealistic. This article will show the reader how to get results from goals, and how to maintain the success to the point of true achievement, and of gaining sincere admiration from peers. read more
I am in the process of writing a hub on this topic. But I have previously written a couple of hubs about this topic as well. One of the hubs I wrote was on How To Set Goals:
http://spartucusjones.hubpages.com/hub/ … -Set-Goals
Set goals to beat depression. Get professional treatment, take their advice, get rid of stress and depressing things in your life, count your life benefits (blessings). read more
Good goals for the New Year varies person to person. There are always the generic ones "lose weight, eat healthy". However to set a good goal for 2013 the person should really think of something they really want to accomplish. Research their goal and then start setting goals to acheive it. Reaching a long term goal takes dedication and work. And to stick to it through the tough times requires motivation, dedication and will power.
I am currently working on my own long term goal of starting my own business. The past few months I have spent hours researching how to open a business. The costs of opening the business, cost of equipment, advertising, ect. I have also reached out through social networks to get involved in gatherings of small business owners, mentoring and free classes through the SBA. It has been rough. I have keept myself motivated by reminding myself why I started this venture in the first place. I have dedicated myself and made myself accountable. I created small goals and worked towards obtaining them. Small goals included, buying domain name, creating business cards, create online ad, book first gig, attend SBA meeting, sign up for mentoring, and many others. Each small goal gets you one step closer to the main goal.
Do you set goals or do you feel that they are a waste of time? read more
I like to create a "dream board". Its a board, sitting proudly in front of my computer with all the things I want. Some are material (a beautiful house, nice car, more handbags etc) and some are about family and loved ones.
It keeps me motivated to have physical reminders or what I'm working towards I also like having a calendar and forcing myself to stick with it. I also try to do one thing every single day that will move me towards my goal. Even if it is small.
Here's my hub on it.
http://especk1919.hubpages.com/hub/How- … cult-Goals
Being a good mom is not a race, nor is it a competition. It takes time, energy, and love. Learn about ten great goals and objectives to set for yourself when you're a new mom and how to accomplish your goals. read more
These are sound financial goals that are never too late to implement, although the earlier in life you can achieve them, the better! One, have budget awareness...Two, get out of debt as quickly as possible...Three, minimize spending and bills...Four, pay yourself first, and Five, maximize your income and designate extra money. read more
I am new here in hubpages and I am still working on creating wonderful hubs.. Here's mine: http://maryshayne.hubpages.com/hub/Shor … -Weds?done
Create goals that are small enough to be completed in a regular increment of time. For example, if the goal is "save for college", break it down into a regular, small task like "send a $50 check to the child's 529 plan on the first of the month". If the goal is "lose weight", turn it into a specific task like "walk 20 minutes each day". If the goal is "give more", turn it into "give at least $20 a week at church" or "donate food or money at the grocery store's food bank collection". Turn a big goal into a small one that you make progress toward each day, week or month.
Everything begins with a thought. Where are you going? Whether, from a New Year’s resolution, a life altering experience, a need for change, or a myriad of other reasons, we all seek successful change.
Do you have a clear idea of what... read more
I find that using SMART goals makes me more likely to achieve any goals, whether they're personal or work. Here's my hub on them:
I just wrote a hub about this. Please check out: New Years Resolutions That Work: 5 Tips to Success. (http://hub.me/aeGo9)
We all need to achieve one thing or the other this new year 2013. This is a guide on how to achieve your goals for 2013. It shows the steps to follow and they are quite easy steps. Learn how to achieve your goals this year 2013. read more
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