And it amazes me to see that many people are aimless. They just go through the motion. And have not much of a goal in life.
As long as their is a comfort and security of job, it’s all good. They tell me that they don’t see the need to excel.
They don’t want to get out of the comfort zone.
I find this very sad.
Is this what life should be all about? Being mediocre?
Even those that have goals are often vague about it.
It’s not good enough.
It has to be more specific.
What I found was that the very action of writing down your goals on paper can be very powerful in internalizing them into your subconscious.
Now you are doing something about it.
It’s no longer just pies in the sky.
Now you are willing to take some responsibility towards achieving what you want.
Writing it down on paper is the important first step.
But it doesn’t end there.
You have to constantly review your goals…review your progress…and make changes if necessary.
The constant review will keep your mind razor focused on your final destination. And will keep you on your toes.
Sometimes, I forget to do this.
And I find myself getting off the pace.
So now, I try to do a daily review. And plan my next course of action that will lead me to my goals.
I write them all my short term…medium term…and long term goals.
And nothing gives me greater satisfaction when I’m able to hit my milestone.
You might want to give this a try.
And you will find your life a lot more purposeful.