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Your Goals Are Achievable

Author : James Jolie


We all need encouragement in our pursuit of our ambitions. There is nothing like a number of small successes to give you the motivation to reach that goal. For example you may say you want to be a millionaire in five years time. That is your big goal. The first small goal is that you have to make a dollar today. You have to double what you make today, tomorrow and so on. When you make your first dollar, you will have a sense of satisfaction. But also it will show you that your goals are achievable. If you can make one dollar, you can make two.

You will have different goals for various areas in your life. But they all share similar characteristics. In addition to being written down, they must be specific, achievable and realistic. When I say if somebody somewhere has achieved something similar I mean that it helps you see that it is achievable. World peace but it isn't really a realistic or achievable personal goal to make for example, but we would all love it. The outcome needs to be somewhat under your control. For this reason, you cannot make goals for other people.

The ultimate goal should be broken into a series of shorter term goals. These smaller targets will support you in getting to the final destination but will help spur you on by giving you a sense of achievement when you meet them.

In our pursuit of our ambitions we all need encouragement. To give you the motivation to reach that goal, there is nothing like a number of small successes. For example you may say you want to be a millionaire in five years time. That is your big goal. The first small goal is that you have to make a dollar today. What you make today, tomorrow and so on you have to make double. When you make your first dollar, you will have a sense of satisfaction. But also it will show you that your goals are achievable. You can make two dollars, if you can make one. Taking action, one step at a time will lead you to success. Too few people know what they want out of life, fewer still write it down and even fewer will take any action to achieving their own wishes. The human brain is a formidable machine and it is absolutely amazing what you could potentially achieve if you just decided to go and do it.

People are more open to the possibilities around them when have their written goals. There is no obstacle they can't overcome. They will work around, over or through anything that life puts in place of their destination. If they believe they are going to succeed, nothing stops them putting the work that is required into action.

Having goals gives you the energy and vitality to ensure you are successful. You will accept new challenges. Opportunities will find you or so it would appear but in reality if you don't know where you are going how do you know you have got there when you arrive?

Your energy levels will rise to meet the requirements you make of them and this quite simply makes you feel great.


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James Peter Jolie is an experienced and motivated life coach for many years. He is passionate about health and success and enjoys helping people achieve their life goals. If youd like to learn more about how to have better life visit site and learn how to relax with Aiping Wang

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