How to reach your goal

Adrian W. Savage start his post with thinking about why so many people start a new year with wonderful plans, only to have them fizzle out within a few weeks.There may be many reasons,he says, but one of the commonest is this: they rely on feelings—like excitement, enthusiasm, inspiration and desire for a change—to carry them through. It’s not fashionable to say this, but what matters most is dull, boring self-discipline.

I agree but I also believe that you make a promise without an action-plan. A plan telling you what to do every day. Not dividing a goal into smaller pieces will make it hard achieving the goal.

Another way of doing it is to decide in a scale from 1 to 10 where you are today. The next question is: What do you have to do in order to step up 1 point?

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