Yoooo! I just got off of work and I am pumped because now I can work on my business – I have some small and big goals to work on! I’m going to be honest with you – giving up is so easy to do these days.
Commitment to anything requires consistent discipline and persistence and that commitment will likely be tested frequently.
I have realized that tracking my activity requires a significant amount of effort and focus. Its easy to fall off and not track my progress or lack thereof however this post is a reminder for you to not be like me!
Of course, its easy to stop writing in our journal everyday and I’ve certainly had some issues with scheduling my time wisely.
Maybe this is just me but at one time in my life, I did set poorly defined and timeless goals that were impossible to achieve and they did not have deadlines so procrastination could be easily justified.
Fortunately, I found a solution by going to a small networking event.
The idea was to set some SMART goals. Some goals worth achieving that will pull your life forward dramatically by your burning desire.
Here is an article that covers each area of the SMART goal in detail.
The acronym stands for:
S – Specific (simple, sensible, significant).
M – Measurable (meaningful, motivating).
A – Achievable (agreed, attainable).
R – Relevant (reasonable, realistic and resourced, results-based).
T – Time bound (time-based, time limited, time/cost limited, timely, time-sensitive).
This method is a way to construct your goals so that they are achievable, have a deadline, and are relevant stepping stones on your journey. Building momentum is very rewarding when you achieve the specific goals you have set for yourself.
In closing, I would like to highlight the importance of celebrating the small wins and any wins that may occur in your life. Celebrating along the journey is the ultimate way to experience a positive transformation. Document your journey, take pictures, so when you look back – you can see how far you’ve come!
I appreciate you for reading my work, thank you.