Using A Single-ruled Notebook To Follow Your Dreams
Goal setting is a powerful tool for imagining your perfect future and inspiring yourself to make it a reality.
Setting goals allows you to decide what you'll be doing in life. Knowing exactly what you want to do allows you to focus your energies on the right places. You'll also be able to recognise the distractions that can lead you astray so easily.
What are the benefits of setting goals?
Goals are set by top-level athletes, successful business executives, and achievers in all fields. Setting targets provides you with both long-term and short-term encouragement. It concentrates your learning and assists you in organizing your time and money.
Setting Personal Goals for the First Time
Your objectives are set on several levels:
To begin, you must first build a "huge picture" of what you'd like to do with your life (or in the next 10 years, for example), as well as the sizable goals you want to accomplish.
Then you split these down into tiny goals that you must achieve in order to achieve your long-term objectives.
Finally, once you have your strategy in place, you will begin working on it to achieve your objectives.
This is why we begin the goal-setting process by considering your long-term objectives. Then we narrow it down to stuff you can do in the next five years, next year, next month, next week, and today to begin working towards them.
Write down the goal in a single ruled notebook.
Reverse engineer the goal
Use the note as a daily updater
Write down thoughts and other challenges you face.
Get yourself a great notebook (ideally single ruled), so you can write down your goals in a systematic manner. From there, keep updating how you’ve been progressing and soon, it becomes easier for you to manage and move forth.
Getting Things Done
Take some time after you've accomplished a goal to bask in the glory of your accomplishment. Consider the ramifications of achieving your target, as well as your success toward other objectives.
If you achieved a big goal, offer yourself a well-deserved reward. All of this contributes to you gaining the self-assurance you deserve.
Review the rest of your mission plans now that you've accomplished this one:
Make the next goal more difficult if you accomplished the first one too easily.
Making the next goal a little easier if the previous one took a long time to accomplish.
Adjust your goals if you discover something that will help you achieve them.
When are you chasing your dreams?