Most of us set goals for the upcoming year. But according to a article on goal setting
Published On JUL 26, 2016 by Inc magazine's Marcel Schwantes, about 92% of people don't achieve what they set out to do.
What did I do wrong ?
Speaking for myself, when I put in writing what I want to achieve for the year, it seems doable, but sometimes life gets in the way and then I push those goals back further or I get frustrated that I haven't reach anyone goals I want.
One thing I did in the past was write goals that I thought I wanted, For example, I made a list of 12 goals in 2017, I achieved 3, why? well it was easier to achieve those goals, for instance, start a podcast, payoff a credit card debt.
But the other 9?, didn't even come close to achieving any of them. I realized those other goals weren't as important so I dropped them from my list.
What am I doing differently for 2018?
Compared to last year, I sat down, no noise in the back ground( TV or Radio) and thought of the goals I really wanted, I wrote and rewrote my list about 4-5 times before I came to my core 6 goals for 2018
I believe that they are all attainable! Basically, it came down to what was important and not make a list of 10-12 goals to keep myself busy and later on, knowing these goals are not what I really wanted or fit into my long term plans.
And now it's time to go to work on them, and make any adjustments along the way if needed.
Keep the momentum going, Good things will happen
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