Quote of the Month



Every major accomplishment in life starts with some sort of goal.  

Put time aside in your busy schedule to do some goal setting.  I’m not talking 20 minutes.   I’m talking about sitting down for an hour, or even longer to really do some deep thinking about what you want to achieve.  This could be what you want to achieve by the end of the year, in 5 years, and even 10 years down the road.  These could be self-improvement goals, financial goals, and/or career-related goals.  They’re YOUR goals for YOUR future so they can be whatever you want them to be.  There’s no such thing as aiming too high. 

Don’t just keep these goals in your head.  WRITE THEM DOWN.  Write them down on a piece of paper & laminate it, write them down in your moleskin, write them down and post it on your bathroom mirror. Carry them with you.  Do whatever is necessary to keep these goals fresh on your mind all the time.   If you have a self-improvement goal of dropping 20 pounds by the end of the year, that constant reminder that you see on your bathroom mirror should motivate you & get you going in the morning. Be sure you set smaller goals along with the big ones too though.   It’s nice & reassuring to feel that sense of accomlishment every so often.  It makes it hard to stay focused on a goal you set for 5 years down the road when well, you have to wait 5 years to see that achievement.  This is why those smaller goals are SO important.  Small steps (small goals), lead to big leaps (those larger goals)

So take the time to sit down and really contemplate what you want out of your life.  Doing this will only fuel your furnace to achievement.


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