As I sit down to write in my journal today, I find my thoughts drifting towards the topic of achieving big goals. It's something that many of us aspire to, yet it can feel daunting and overwhelming at times.
But achieving big goals is not some mystical, unattainable feat. It's a science, something that can be broken down into tangible steps and actions. Of course, we're not talking about the small goals that we all set for ourselves on a daily basis. No, big goals are the ones that require a significant amount of effort, time, and dedication. They're the kind of goals that can change our lives in profound ways, like losing 50 kilos or doubling our income.
It's true that many of us are effective at accomplishing smaller goals, but when it comes to the big ones, we often struggle. But the truth is, big goals aren't any more difficult than small ones. They just require more time and effort. So, how can we achieve them? By breaking them down into smaller, more manageable steps, and by committing to taking consistent action towards them each and every day. With focus, dedication, and a little bit of magic, we can achieve anything we set our minds to.
Big goals require a different strategy:
It’s important to measure your progress. Big goals take time, and it’s easy to become discouraged. It’s common for most of the results to occur near the end of the process. Perseverance is critical. Measuring your progress provides motivation to keep going. Challenges are a great way to do this, start with our Holistic Self-Care Challenge
Since big goals can take a lot of time, it’s important to know that you’re on the right track. Maintaining an awareness of your progress or lack of progress will allow you to change your approach as needed.
Big goals must be a priority. How many times have you set a goal, only to forget all about it in a week? Remind yourself of your goal each day. At the very least, read your goal once per day. Consider reading, writing, and visualizing it twice per day. Start with our Mystic Moon Self-Care Souls Challenge
Mental garbage is the biggest obstacle. The thought of making a million dollars might sound great, but there’s also a part of you that feels like you accidently ate a bug. A part of you clenches when you think about accomplishing much more than you’re accustomed to accomplishing. This discomfort is a sign from our subconscious that it’s not entirely onboard.
There are many techniques to deal with this discomfort. You can meditate. You can focus on a positive outcome. You can reframe the situation. Do whatever helps you to feel better.
If you can’t visualize the achievement of your goal and feel 100% positive, it will be challenging to achieve.
Focus on your habits. Your ideal body is the result of your eating and exercise habits. Losing 50 kilos is the result of having the appropriate habits and being patient enough to enjoy the results. What habits do you need to implement to make achieving your goals automatic?
Avoid the belief that huge success is the result of a single, spectacular action. Small changes in behavior and focus can provide the same, impressive results over time.
Be patient. Rome wasn’t built in a day, so it’s not fair to expect something amazing to happen in a week. Set a reasonable timetable and relax.
Big goals are marathons, not sprints. Read biographies of those that accomplished impressive things. The time and patience spent by our heroes are impressive. Want to Manifest and Grow??
Practice patience by learning to be patient in everyday situations. We all have plenty of opportunities. Waiting in line, sitting in traffic, or waiting at the doctor’s office are just a few examples. Just relax and breathe.
Only choose goals that are highly meaningful. A goal is much easier to achieve if you passionately want to achieve it. Some people bite off more than their motivation can chew. A big goal requires commitment, sacrifice, and time. Avoid goals that aren’t worth the cost. You’ll only be wasting your time. Want to Discover your Dreams???
Big goals are exciting and life changing, but big goals are often avoided because of the likelihood of failure.
There is a process to making significant changes in your life.
Be clear on your objective and create habits that bring you closer to that objective each day. Measure your results to stay motivated and ensure that you’re making progress.
you got this girl!!!