The aim of setting smaller actionable goals is not only to ensure you are able to achieve it, but to also ensure you are constantly reviewing where you want to head in your life.
After achieving each small goal you set for yourself, you’ll naturally need to consider the best way to achieve the next part of the goal, while still retaining free reign to decide whether you want to adjust your end-goal. Life happens – and this fluidity allows you to keep your end-goal in mind, without hampering your freedom to review and change your options.
By doing this, you will not suddenly achieve a grand goal one day and realise you didn’t really want it or that the goal is no longer relevant to what you currently want in your life.
Achieving Only The Goals You Want
By making use of the tips presented in this article, you can be life confident – always challenging yourself to achieve a worthy end-goal, while still taking charge of each step of the way by reviewing and reworking what you want out of life.
While working towards specific goals in the short-term allows us to continue working on the things that matter most to us, every stage in life potentially brings about new priorities, and perhaps an adjusted end-goal we prefer aiming for.
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