Have you ever noticed how some goals that you set out to achieve seem somewhat allusive? While you reach some milestones with ease, others seem to just slip from your grasp time and time again. I have definitely been there, however recently I have been experimenting with a strategy to break through those goal plateaus. My strategy for achieving my goals is nothing new, it’s as simple as building a daily habit chain.
February was a quick and successful month, though I could feel the momentum slowing a bit in the last week. It didn’t help that I came down with a pretty nasty flu this past week as well, so admittedly writing this blog post was the last thing I felt like doing. Motivation is undoubtedly one of the most crucial parts to any goal, so I know that now more than ever I need to dig in and reignite the flame. Sharing my progress with you will help ensure I evaluate my current status and where I may be experiencing weaknesses before they develop into real problems.
Well my friends, it has been a great last few weeks and I’m feeling excited to share a progress report with you all on my 2016 goals thus far.
We got to chatting and she told me about the book 5: Where Will You Be in Five Years from Today? by Dan Zadra. The book is designed as a work book that walks you through planning out your goals for the next five years, complete with interesting facts and inspirational information. I thought it would be a perfect way to start the New Year, so I went home and ordered it right away.
I thought I would share with you my career-specific goals for 2016 with hopes that they might inspire you to consider some of your own.
This ritual, which I had already begun in 2015, was also inspired by the book The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod.