3 Best Things to Do When You Have Too Many Goals
Cut your goal list by identifying relationships between items.
Some things will complement one another, and this synergy will allow you to work toward more than one goal at a time. Some may feel like irreconcilable conflicts.
Establish your priorities by articulating your core values and motivations.
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Replace the phrase “have time” with “make time.”
Saying, “I don’t have time to [work towards your goal] ” isn’t doing you any favors. Use " I am making time to [work for your goal]".
This way, start thinking of time as being a plentiful resource and declare it to be something within your control.
Instead of over-planning, come up with one tangible next step for each item on your dream bucket list, that will get you going in the right direction.
Being open to life's serendipity—instead of micromanaging—will make you much happier in the long run.
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Life is designed in such a way that we look long-term and live short-term. We dream for the future and live in the present.
Setting goals provides long-term vision in our lives.
If you fail to meet them, you probably set difficult ones for yourself.
Goals should inspire you to stretch yourself. If you hit all of your goals every time, they might not be ambitious enough.
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