Revisited and edited and brought up to the present on December 1, 2017. Getting a jumpstart on 2018!
Setting goals works. Writing them down works even better. And accountability insures that you stay on track until you’ve reached your goal.
This builds self-respect and overcomes poor habits that come from unconscious beliefs such as “I don’t deserve to achieve”, “I’d rather procrastinate than test myself, because I’m afraid of failure and I’m afraid of success”, or just simply the belief that “I can’t”. These are markers of unwillingness. So ask yourself am I willing to set a goal, create an action plan, and ask for accountability? If so, you are on your way to something new. No matter what the result, if you stick to this plan, you are going to learn something NEW about yourself.
Research on goal-setting at Dominican University, California, done by Gail Matthews indicated that folks who write down their goals, create action plans, and track their progress accomplish significantly more goals than people…
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