Writing down your goals and intentions will force you to clarify what YOU want. Imagine going to the airport with no particular destination, time or date for departure or return? You will get no where until you are specific and clear. Your life is more critical than a trip. Your life needs focus, intention and clarity.
Writing down your goals forces you to select something specific and decide what you want for your life journey or simply your daily tasks. Write down your goals as if you were placing an order for your goal to be manufactured in a factory or is if you were planning your ideal vacation. Writing down your clear and measurable goals (e.g. what, when, where, why, who) and revisiting them regularly will help you to stay on track.
If your goals are out of sight, they are out of your mind. Keep your written goals visible and review them often. Read my e-book “The Main Thing is to KEEP the Main Thing, The MAIN THING. $8..99
No, you may not achieve all your goals in life, but you certainly increase your chances of achieving your small or big goals, if you write them down. So watch out for the distractions, doubt and procrastination. Stuff happens in life, so don’t be easily discouraged.
Life can be challenging and bring a lot of obstacles. If you are not seeing progress in your life, it can be depressing. So remember the habit of writing down your goals which allows you to see your progress and celebrate as you check off each mini-goal achieved.
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