Do you remember back in high school when motivational speakers would come to talk to you, and you would be like, “I should definitely create a new timetable,”? You would stick to it the first day, then the second you missed one subject or replaced it. The third day you postponed items on the list, and as time went by you forget about the timetable.
Or you probably set resolutions every New Year and you didn’t even get to track or evaluate the goals simply because you had nothing to evaluate?
I assure you are not alone. But, there is a better way to keep you bar on the upper side than everyone else. In this article I will share with you several steps to help you set achievable goals.
1. Be clear about your goals
Before you start the process of setting your goals, take a moment and think…
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