A dream turns into a goal when actions are taken to achieve it. Successful ABC's of goal setting strengthen your self-trust as well as self-esteem. You need a perspective with a positive mind.
The ABCs of goal setting is simple if you can think SMART: Be Specific with a Measurable goal that is Attainable, Relevant, and Time-bound.
Start with what you want: "I want to be with my family for more hours this year."
Figure out the measurable proofs that will help you reach your goal: "We will have a fun activity and family meetings each week."
What you have to do to achieve your goal: "Selected family member nominates family activity every week; all should be ready and able to get involved."
Goal setting typically starts with wishful thinking. You have to turn the thinking into a concrete action plan, and that's what makes it a goal!
Make your goal right. In addition to being specific and achievable, a good goal ought to hit a certain sweet spot. Success and motivation tie back to goal setting.
"The first law of success is concentration- to blend all energies to one point and go directly to the exact point, looking neither right nor left." William Mathews.
There are several reasons why dogs are man's best friend. People learn many things from a dog's personality, demeanor, resiliency, behavior, and, most importantly, the willingness to provide unconditional love to all family members. Companionship and loyalty are down to their last breath.
Many scientific studies document the health benefits of living with a dog. Recent studies highlighted the following as important health benefits of living with a dog:
The truth is: dogs are freaking smart, the great motivational tools to human beings. Dogs have been a human's best friend for more than 15,000 years. Researchers have evaluated that people owning a dog are likely to experience more physical activity and better health.
Follow-ups on the human-dog relationship importance studies mentioned above show that every person with at least one dog wishes to have a canine companion. Dogs also choose to stay with humans to receive shelter, food, safety, and warmth. A mutual relationship exists in which dogs offer great company to humans, and dogs are more excited when they see people; therefore, humans will do anything to keep this beneficial relationship.
We have all been there.
You follow deity religiously only to break it with a weekend binge.
You commit to more workouts and hit the gym only to struggle to get off the couch after the long day.
You are set for a vision only to be dragged down by everyday responsibilities.
The small hiccups that occur along your path of set goals don’t make you a failure, rather a human. There comes a time in your life when following your daily routine is not a walk in the park.
You don’t need superman willpower, but rather strategies that pull you back to the track. Bounce back on track right NOW!
Generally, motivate yourself to stay fit and healthy. Keep yourself motivated to achieve your goals, stay active, and follow your calendar to avoid being caught by time. Always project to have a beneficial vacation. Not just a vacation.