How to stay committed to your goals

Staying committed to your goals

We all have ambitions and dreams, some of which are larger and more ambitious than others. We all want to be more than average and achieve things we once thought were unattainable.

But how can we commit to these objectives? There are moments when we feel like giving up because it appears like everything we try fails badly and that all of our efforts to achieve our goals are in vain.

Today, I’m going to share the three most crucial methods for staying dedicated to your goals.

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Enough with the marketing jargon; here are three recommendations to help you stick to your goals:

#3 Remind yourself about what you’ve achieved thus far

We’ve all accomplished something in life that we’re really proud of, no matter how insignificant we think we are.

We may remind ourselves that we are capable of much more than we allow ourselves to believe by thinking on all of our previous accomplishments. I see a lot of folks that have a lot of potential but aren’t aware that their abilities are much more powerful than they think.

Whether you’ve won a sports event in college or finished in the top five of your senior class, an accomplishment is an accomplishment, and you should be proud of it. When you’re ready to give up, get out that old box of school awards and reminisce.

You’ll soon discover that reminding yourself of your genuine abilities’ potential will help you rekindle that old motivated flame.

#2 Think of the possibilities

Have you ever daydreamed about eventually driving that Ferrari along the coast or drinking that pricey glass of champagne at that ultra-luxurious restaurant?

I’m almost certain you replied yes 90% of the time!

Although it may appear unusual at first, the type of daydreaming I just described can be one of the most effective tools for keeping you motivated and devoted to your goals.

You have more imagination than you realize. If you can see all of your aspirations and goals becoming a reality deep enough in your mind, you’ll quickly learn that reality is far more attainable than you think. The mind is an incredible tool. Train it to get used to the thought of making your desires come true as much as possible. Finally, being dedicated to your goals requires putting your mind in the right frame of mind: one of vision and self-belief.

#1 Proving the haters wrong

Haters: got to hate them but also got to love them.  Let me explain:

We’ve all met people in our social circles who try to dismiss our ambitions, describing them as “unrealistic” and “unachievable.” You have the option of allowing this criticism to break you down or using it as the most powerful fuel to propel you forward to your goals.

People who dismiss your aims and objectives are frequently unhappy about their own pathways in life and try to cast their insecurities onto others. These folks will take advantage of any opportunity to tell you that you aren’t good enough or committed enough to succeed.

Use them to fuel your fire.  Believe me, nothing quite compares to the feeling of satisfaction of proving every one of those haters wrong!

I would like to conclude with a quote from one of my biggest idols, Arnold Schwarzenegger: “The best revenge is success, remember that!”

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Estian Roodt

Driven by dreams, living by high expectations.  I believe in hard work and dedication above everything else.  Average is not in my vocabulary.

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