Have you set your goals yet?
We all have a tendency to set goals, more than we know what to do with. Don’t worry; it’s not a bad thing. It only means you haven’t figured out what you really want yet.
Once you do, how do you achieve them? Some goals may be easy to accomplish and some are not. The key is not to let difficulty get in the way. You will find help along your journey, BUT the rest is up to you.
Work on your goals as if they are the only things that matter. Focus. Be dedicated and do not falter even if everything else and everyone else would want you to. Challenge yourself by breaking the limits you think you have. Once you do, you will discover that there is none. It is all in the mind.
Set your goals, work on them one by one. Do not let your plate overflow with tasks you cannot handle all at once. Start with the hardest tasks and once you have accomplished them, you will have a more enjoyable journey. I am not saying it will be easy. What I am saying is that you have managed to get over the rocky road, the rest of the way would not be as hard.
Read on to find out how to achieve practically any goal you can think of.
10 Steps to Achieve Any Goal
Whether you’re looking to make wholesale changes in your life or just want to fine-tune it a little, here are 10 guidelines…—that will help you unleash the power of personal accountability to take ownership for your actions, decisions, successes and failures.
1) Redefine accountability.
2) Think as if your life depended on it.
3) When you can’t control your circumstances, don’t let your circumstances control you.
4) You’ve got to want it more than you don’t want it.
5) Don’t let gravity pull you down.
6) Every breakthrough requires a bold stroke.
7) Ask for feedback.
8) Ask yourself, Am I a renter or an owner?
9) Prepare to move a lot of dirt.
10) Make it happen!
True success doesn’t come from the outside but from within. There is no wizard. Taking greater personal accountability is the key to succeeding in everything you do.
–by Roger Connors & Tom Smith
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