Writing down your goals will provide a filter for other opportunities.
The more successful you become, the more you will be deluged with opportunities. But these opportunities can quickly become distractions that pull you off course.
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Writing down your goals will help you overcome resistance.
Every meaningful intention, dream, or goal encounters resistance. From the moment you set a goal, you will begin to feel it. But if you focus on the resistance, it will only get stronger.
Writing down your goals will motivate you to take action.
Because articulating your intention is important, but it is not enough. You must execute your goals.
Writing down your goals will force you to clarify what you want. It will drive you to pick your destination.
Imagine setting out on a trip with no particular destination in mind. How do you pack? What roads do you take? How do you know when you have arrived?
Writing down your goals will enable you to see and celebrate your progress.
Not seeing progress is discouraging. Written goals enable you to see how far you have come and how far you need to go. They also provide an opportunity for celebration when you attain them.
To build a habit of daily writing, try to get three pages of writing done every day. It can be about anything and it’s important that you write all without editing or censoring.
Daily writing can be used to clear your mind, think out loud and troubleshoot problems, thoughts and anxieties. But before you start, figure out why you personally want to write more often as this will help push you forward when things are tough.
During the first week of the new year, there is a rush of motivated people who want to achieve their respective self-improvement goals. But then all this rush always tapers off, with only about 8 % of people actually managing to achieve their goals by the end of the year.
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