How To Set And Achieve Any Goal

There's an easy secret to get success in your life. First, know what you want. Second, know how to get there. Third, get there. In a nutshell, this is the secret behind all the things, great and small, that have ever been created by anybody, anywhere, anytime. You can tap into this amazing simple formula to achieve whatever you want as well. 

How To Set And Achieve Any Goal

This article will teach you how to set and achieve any goal.

First, choose what you want. This sounds easy, but it's pretty hard. For some people, it's the hardest part. One of the key things is to separate out what you want for yourself from what other people want for you. We've been programmed by other people ever since we were born, so this is not so easy. Take plenty of time to think about what you want, and why you want it. 

If you were transplanted into another city where you had the same life but didn't know anybody, would you still want the same thing? 

Who will benefit the most from you getting what you want? You, or somebody else? 

These questions can help. Take some time to think about them.

Once you figure out what you want, you need to figure out how to get there. This also a tough process. You may know right away what you need to do, or you may be totally and utterly clueless. If it's the latter, then do some online searching and check out your local bookstore. Be careful though, one of the biggest impediments to success is spending years and years researching, and never taking any action. All you want to do is learn just barely enough to get started.

Now you know how to get there, you've got to break it down into bite-sized chunks. Depending on how big your goal is, it will be sufficiently far out in the future. Set up milestones for yourself. For example, if you want to achieve your goal in a year, then you could have a couple of significant milestones every three or four months, some smaller ones every month, even smaller ones every week, and a list of simple things to do every day that will keep you moving in the right direction.

One crucial concept to understand is the feedback look. Once you take action, you'll get certain results. That might change your concept of what you need to do to keep moving forward. Sometimes we think taking an action will get is certain results when it is totally off the mark. Sometimes we try something, but we don't move forward not because the strategy was deficient, but that we didn't execute properly.

If that's the case, chalk it up to experience and try again. For many people, this is the best part about the goal setting and achieving process. That part where you are taking action, seeing your results, and learning about yourself, your values, and your capabilities.

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