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Make it daily

Achieving your goal needs to be a daily task if you really want to gain momentum and ensure its achievement. I think about my goals daily and formulate ways and means of going about their completion. I also take daily effort towards ensuring I am the person I need to be to accomplish my goals. This is not always direct action towards the achievement of my goal, it may be as simple as writing out some thoughts I have had so they are available for future review or use. Still, the goal is in front of me every day and I am taking time to focus on my goal. This is an essential part of achievement. We have to take time to focus on the things we desire if we ever hope to accomplish them. It sounds simple and you may be aware of it, the real question is, are you actually taking time to do it?

Hopefully you have a goal you have set, if not, take some time to analyze your desires and define a goal. Spend a minimum of five minutes per day for the next ten days thinking about your goal. At the end of the ten days look back over your experience and evaluate your effectiveness in completing it. This will give you a great deal of insight into your ability to stick with and accomplish something you have set out to do and the intensity of your desire to achieve your goal. Taking this information you can begin to improve yourself in this area and become a better achiever.

Continue on from there to think of your goals daily and spend time each day formulating ideas relevant to their completion. The more time you spend focusing on your goals the more time you’ll find yourself taking action towards accomplishing your goals. You will find as you do this that you will require less time to accomplish each new goal on your journey to achieving success in every area of life.

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