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Motivation and Goal Setting

If you knew you could do anything you set your mind to, like get that job you’ve always thought was just out of reach, or find and build that new relationship you’ve been looking for, that would be great, wouldn’t it?

Think about the good things. Don’t get mad at yourself because you haven’t used the resources before. If you focus on bad things, you might not be able to move forward. Pay attention to what you want, and the result you want.

You just need to be motivated and set goals.


Setting goals helps people do better when:

– Goals are clear and specific
– Goals are hard and challenging
– Goals can be reached

Goals are usually for individuals, but they can also be for teams or groups.

If you want to keep yourself going, do the following:

1. Identify your Values, Beliefs and Desires
What drives you is what’s important to you. It just means that if you give value to something, you are more likely to take the steps you need to take to reach your goal.

People’s goals and desires come from what they believe in and what they value.

Write down what you value, what you believe, and what you want. Take some time to think about how the things fit together.

The list should give you motivation and help you reach the goals you’ve set for yourself. Your level of commitment is linked to how much and how well motivated you are. To reach your goal, you must be sure you can do it.

Taking this for granted could make you angry, which could make you less motivated.

2. Take a look at yourself.

Do a quick informal evaluation of your skills. Think about what you already know about yourself. At this point, you need to be accurate and honest. If someone was wrong about how good they were, they might underestimate or overestimate themselves.

If you’ve already thought about your strengths and weaknesses and figured out what you value and want, you can set your personal goals.

Every goal should have these things in common:

A. Realistic

When setting goals, they should be doable. The goals you set should be based on who you are and what you can do now.

B. Possible

Make sure you don’t set goals that would make the real ones unreal.

C. Flexible

Always be ready for things to go wrong and learn how to get around them.

D. Measurable

Set a time limit so you can tell if you’ve reached your goal or not.

E. Everything is fine

Don’t forget to set your goals based on what you believe in and what you value. You should set goals for which you can control the outcome.

3. How personal circumstances play a role

You should be able to reach the goals you’ve set for yourself. If you don’t think about your situation, it will be harder to stay motivated and set goals.

Goals are always affected by how things change. If your life changes but you don’t change your goals, it could make you less motivated.

People often don’t want to change and adapt to what’s going on. It is hard for them to change what they expect of themselves. People can get frustrated and lose their drive from time to time.

Keeping your motivation and setting goals can be done if you take into account your situation.

It is very important to keep yourself motivated and on the path to success by redefining your goals.

4. Getting Results

Success depends on the person, what drives them, and what goals they set.

If you didn’t reach any of these steps, your motivation would drop, you wouldn’t work as hard as you could, and your chances of success would go down.