We often find ourselves in a situation where we want to reach a goal, make friends, finish high school, or get on the school basketball team.
Usually things start out very well in the beginning, but little by little, until we finally have the power to do something.
Don’t worry, for most people this is perfectly normal.
It usually takes several attempts before a person reaches the goal.
For example, the American Lung Association says that people try to quit smoking on average six times before they actually succeed.
It’s not worth even talking about diet tortured people…
The truth is, life-changing efforts require a lot of effort – even if that change is not very significant.
Most importantly – HOW we will do everything.
I’m Possible. Inspirational Quote.
So there is desire, but what to do to keep it from fading?
Three things are key:
- good planning
- realistic goals
- adherence to them.
First of all, the main purpose should be defined, namely: y. what you seek (for example, getting into the NBA).
Of course, some people have long-term goals and others have short-term goals, but that’s not the point.
The key is to define. It’s not bad to want big things.
After all, we all know that almost everyone who has achieved so much did not want to settle for crumbs – they wanted everything.
It is important to keep in mind that the bigger the goal, the more effort it will take to reach it.
On the other hand, the purpose must be clear.
For example, we say to myself, I want to look good.
That’s not enough… It is necessary to determine WHAT we specifically want (stronger muscles, leaner torso, etc.), WHY we want it and WHEN we want the result.
And then it’s time to come up with a smaller step plan.
Of course, the goal must be realistic.
We are often forced to give up our goals because they are unrealistic.
Let’s just say that no matter how many times we repeat ourselves – I want to run a marathon – we won’t do it tomorrow or tomorrow.
The average person takes on average four months of training to complete a marathon altogether.
Therefore, there is a high likelihood that we will decide not to run at all and give up on the goal (unless our motivation is really high).
Nothing is impossible, the word itself says — I’m possible’! Audrey Hepburn
Mountain climbers trying to reach top of the peak. Nice inspirational quote.