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Setting Unrealistic Goals

Your mood and health will suffer, as well as your belief in yourself if you set yourself unrealistic goals.

Dividing a larger goal into bite-sized chunks will make it a lot easier to digest throughout the years.

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Make your goals smaller

You’ll get more stuff done when you break your bigger daily goals into bite-sized chunks.

In practice, you’re basically breaking an item on your to-do list down into many mini ones. This makes it feel as though your goals are more within reach.

Set Reasonable Goals

Perfectionists tend to set goals of unreasonable excellence with no learning curve or room for error.

Dividing your goals into more achievable steps and rewarding yourself when you achieve them, will make you less stressed, less likely to give up

Setting work goals

  • Set goals at regular intervals and give yourself enough time.
  • When you think you might not meet a goal, take a step back to asses the situation.
  • Be transparent: let your manager and team know as soon as you've slid off-track. They're there to help.

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