4 Tips for Setting Strong Goals


So, what are some of the important things that we should learn and keep in mind when reading and writing our goals? Here’s a look at setting goals and how to make them more effective and efficient:

  1. Exploring and Meditating
    The only way we can properly determine what we want in the future and how we will get there is if we first know where we are now and what our level of satisfaction is now. With our focus on goal setting, the first business order is for each of us to set aside a bad time for reflection and reflection.
  2. Dreams and Goals
    What are your dreams and goals? It has nothing to do with the past or what you think you can get, but what you want. Have you ever really sat down, thought about your health values ​​and decided what you really wanted? This is not what someone else says you should have or how culture tells us that successful people do or have. These are dreams and goals born from your heart and mind, goals that are different from you and that come from what you were created to be and are given to be.
    SMART means Specification, Measurement, Accessibility, Fact and Sensitivity.

Special: Uncertain. What do you really want?
Balance: Measure your goal. How will you know if you have achieved it or not?
Available: Be honest with yourself about what you can properly accomplish at this point in your life while considering your current obligations.
Fact: It has to be done, it must be real and it must be real.
Time: Combine the length of time with each goal. When should you reach the goal?

  1. Accountability
    The word reply means to give an account. When someone knows what your motives are, they help you to defend yourself. Whether it’s someone else trying to achieve the same goal as you or just someone who can give you a basic idea, having a responsive partner will give you some motivation to achieve your goals.

So, check and show. Decide what you want. Be SMART. Be accountable. When you combine these four essential components, you put yourself in a position to have the power to create a catapult in achieving your goals and the kind of life you desire.

Exploring and Meditating
The basis for knowing where we want to go is knowing where we came from and where we are going. It also knows how well we are doing in achieving our goals. This is the basis for reflection and thinking. We need to understand how we can look at what we have done and use that as a platform for what we want to do next.

The testing process is simple but may vary slightly. An important point is the process. Here is the basic process of assessment and thinking:

  1. Find a quiet place.
    Meditation is best done away from distractions. It gives your mind space to think.
  2. Take normal time.
    Whether once a week, once a week, once a month or quarterly, be sure to set aside regular time for regular check-ups and demonstrations.
  3. Look back.
    Look at what you have accomplished and where you are. Be specific. Be honest. Be honest with yourself.
  4. Write it down.
    Keep a record. This gives you an opportunity in the next stage of the test to see exactly where you lasted and keeps you as objective as possible.
  5. Look ahead.
    Set your next goal. Stretch according to what works for you.

Why check?

The purpose of the test is twofold. First of all, it gives you a purposeful way of looking at what you have achieved and following your vision for your life. Second, it shows you where you are so that you can decide where you need to go. Testing gives you a foundation on which to work.


“An untested life is not worth living.” Exploring and showing brings face to face with who we are. Most importantly, it gives us time to dream and build a vision of what we want to be. It is only when we take the time in our busy schedule that we can enter into the state of mind and peace of mind we need to find that inner place.

Those who do not take the time to explore and demonstrate will be tossed about in this life, living in the power of culture, circumstances, social pressures and, unfortunately, personal weaknesses.

On the contrary, those who take the time to explore will find that they are like an oak tree in a storm: They have a solid foundation, they know where they are going, they know how to get there, and, eventually, they will get there no matter what happens to them.

Take a few hours this week to explore and demonstrate. See where you are and comment in your newsletter so that as the months go by and you continue the normal time of exploration and meditation, you will see how much you are gaining – and that will be fun!





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