4 Steps To Help You Stay Committed And Inspired To Achieve Your Goals!Oct 29, 2020
Every day people are faced with the 2 choices. Choices that can either make them live their lives in abundance. There are so many people who are very poor now not because they can't be rich or they do not have good opportunities available for them but simply because they are lacking the best component of success which is commitment. If you are half-committed in your dreams, your dreams will not be committed as well in your success. You need to make sure that you follow your dreams and live as your dream. Living as your dreams means that, you do a lot of sacrifices and change to become the person required by your dream.
Your dreams deserve to come true and they deserve to live in you. As they always say that the richest place on earth that cemetery close to you simply because there are so many dreams buried before they were executed by the owner.
Let me show you these 4 keys to commitment.
1. Create Successful Habits
“Whenever you want to achieve something, keep your eyes open, concentrate and make sure you know exactly what it is you want. No one can hit their target with their eyes closed.” ― Paulo Coelho
Many of your current day to day tasks are habitual in nature. You may have started them months or even years ago. Some of them have remained with you since childhood. The key element is to create daily habits that will draw you closer to your goal.
If you’re aware of negative habits, replace them with affirmative ones. To illustrate, when I sit down to write or research about the course that I will be recording I find myself wasting time surfing the internet on occasions. I know I’m buying time from the real task at hand — recording a course. Continue your new habit until it becomes second nature — until you have a firm grip on it. Phase-out the old habit by replacing it with the NEW, empowering habit.
2. Be Accountable To Someone
“Focus on your goals, not your fear. Focus like a laser beam on your goals.” ― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart
I’ve always been an advocate of being accountable to someone, irrespective of how disciplined I am. Some time ago I used a number of mentors to help me stay focussed.
I gained valuable insight into my work as I had the luxury of having someone else critique me as well as make creative suggestions on areas for improvement.
Being accountable may also entail making declarations of your commitment to those close to you. You might verbally or in writing, declare your intention to achieve a certain goal by a specific date. We’re likely to stay focussed on the task at hand since we don’t want to disappoint others.
Being accountable allows an impartial observer to assess your work. It is advisable to work with people who have walked your path or who have similar experience. Alternatively someone who is completely unrelated to your interest may also serve as a watchful eye as they offer an unbiased perspective.
3. Focus On Smaller Victories
“A goal is not always meant to be reached, it often serves simply as something to aim at.” ― Bruce Lee
Depending on the size of the goal, it’s advisable to focus on smaller victories that draw you closer to your goal. For example : if your goal is to make $100 000 by end of 6 months, you need to break it down by 6 so that it can be small and work towards that. If you do not make that $20000 a month, you will need to celebbrate watever you made that monthand motivate yourself to always be in tune. Tell youeself that "it's okay for me to make half my goal than nithing but i commit to achieve my goal this month.
Focussing on smaller victories along the way gives you the self confidence you need to forge ahead. It is self empowering and testament you’re on the right path. You might stumble upon setbacks along the way during the pursuit of smaller goals.
These are valuable lessons since they allow you to iron-out the creases before pursuing the larger goal. The opportunity to get it right in the build-up phase is advantageous than getting it wrong when it matters.
4. Develop An Insatiable Hunger
“Reach high, for stars lie hidden in you. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.” ― Rabindranath Tagore
Undoubtedly this remains the most challenging aspect of successful goal attainment. What makes some people pursue their goal with vehement desire while others give up when the going gets tough?
Successful people are unrelenting toward the pursuit of their goal. Sure they experience setbacks and failures like everyone else. What sets them apart is the ability to get back on track and learn from their mistakes immediately. It’s the ability to do this time and time again until they gain the prize that sets them apart.
You see, successful people believe in themselves. They’ve developed an inner resolve — an inner dialogue that continually feeds them with successful images, thoughts and beliefs. These inner dialogues have the power to cancel out any external misgivings that arise in the pursuit of their goal.
I invite you to find your inner conviction. Discover the reason for pursuing your goal. Why do you want it? Who will you become once you’ve attained it? What will life look like when you’ve reached your goal?
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