For some goals, you need to sustain something for a long time, but most can be broken down into smaller, more approachable goals.
Dividing goals makes the process seem less overwhelming and completing the parts of it gives you a sense of accomplishment you wouldn’t get if you were aiming for the larger goal.
Take a minute to think about what you always wanted to do, or what you’re doing now. Ask yourself:
Believe that your weaknesses can be turned into strengths. Always find your strengths, examine your weaknesses and how to turn them into an advantage by using your strengths or developing new ones to find ways around it.
Try to see your strengths in relation to what energizes you. Something is a strength if:
Introverts flourish when working alone and it can be a big advantage if you’re an organized person. Distinguish between important and urgent tasks and make sure that there are no distractions when you’re working. By doing that, you can become incomparably more productive than other people.
Our fear of social condemnation is a limitation imposed on us by society. But it is also a source of excitement, as evidenced by the popularity of media portraying characters breaking social expectations.
Exploring the edge of your fear is the only way to learn and improve and to combat the brainwashing that society constantly imposes on you.