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3 Timeless Steps To Achieve Personal, Career, Squad Goals

Be specific, make a decision, act now, repeat.

Just because we are in the age of the Digital Lifestyle does not mean goal-setting fades away into the matrix. It feels good to accomplish goals, and people will always be motivated by the potential for a better future. No matter where you are in your life or the technological state of the world, here are 3 timeless techniques for accomplishing any goal.

 

Pick Your Goal

Personal

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Career

Should you choose to focus on improving your career, taking a {ijseo_redirect id=353} to accomplishing your goals will give you laser-like focus no matter what your profession. Business-oriented goals focus on results by measuring success, working as a team, and adjusting goals as necessary.

 

Squad

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1. Be Very Specific

 

Being very specific about what you want and the end results of your goals. Being very specific also takes into account self-awareness. Without self-awareness, you may set unrealistic goals that do not suit your true wants, your personality, likes, or dislikes. If your goal is “To make a lot of money,” break that down further into specifics. What do you want to do with all that money? How much money would that require you to make? What is the best method to making that money which matches your strengths and personality? If you feel a bit lost, try the {ijseo_redirect id=355} of goal-setting.

 

2. Make A Decision And Commit

 

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3. Act Now

 

We have to do things we don’t feel comfortable doing. The very definition of change is doing something different from what’s normal. And doing what’s different from your norm, no matter how small or positive the change, will be uncomfortable. Mel Robbin’s solution is to {ijseo_redirect id=358} the moment you have the urge to do something. 5 seconds is the window of momentum for taking action. Longer than that, and your brain goes into sabotage mode. The human mind is an expert at keeping itself in its comfort zone.

 

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The Digital Lifestyle opens a whole new way of life never before seen in human history. The benefits of technological conveniences goes hand in hand with never-ending distraction. To fully leverage technology, keep your focus, and keep your goals. Thanks for reading and hope this helps you achieve your dreams. Don’t forget to help a friend with their goals too! Share this article with one of the social buttons at the top of this page.

3 Timeless Steps To Achieve Personal, Career, Squad Goals

Be specific, make a decision, act now, repeat.

Just because we are in the age of the Digital Lifestyle does not mean goal-setting fades away into the matrix. It feels good to accomplish goals, and people will always be motivated by the potential for a better future. No matter where you are in your life or the technological state of the world, here are 3 timeless techniques for accomplishing any goal.

 

Pick Your Goal

Personal

{ijseo_redirect id=352} range from everything to do with how you react to situations. For example, personal goals can include increasing your resilience, growth mindset, and motivation. Personal goals can also include upgrading your lifestyle as a whole.

 

Career

Should you choose to focus on improving your career, taking a {ijseo_redirect id=353} to accomplishing your goals will give you laser-like focus no matter what your profession. Business-oriented goals focus on results by measuring success, working as a team, and adjusting goals as necessary.

 

Squad

Here comes the fun – {ijseo_redirect id=354}! Your group of friends can all help each other to achieve their own goals. Enter squad goals. Do you all want to be healthier? Schedule a fun hike together. Do you aim to all become closer and more loyal as friends? Plan a fun bonding experience together like a road trip! Whatever your goal, you are working with your squad to make it happen.

 

1. Be Very Specific

 

Being very specific about what you want and the end results of your goals. Being very specific also takes into account self-awareness. Without self-awareness, you may set unrealistic goals that do not suit your true wants, your personality, likes, or dislikes. If your goal is “To make a lot of money,” break that down further into specifics. What do you want to do with all that money? How much money would that require you to make? What is the best method to making that money which matches your strengths and personality? If you feel a bit lost, try the {ijseo_redirect id=355} of goal-setting.

 

2. Make A Decision And Commit

 

The {ijseo_redirect id=356} means to “cut-off” your options. While this sounds constricting, making a decision actually frees you from the burden of choice. Studies show that people go into overwhelm mode and have {ijseo_redirect id=357}. It’s this false sense of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) that blocks people from committing fully to one decision. Instead, majority of people spread themselves thin and don’t complete one thing. Or they don’t make a decision at all, opting to coast along with whatever comes along. When you only give yourself one choice, you are free to take the jump, go all-in, and immerse yourself.

 

3. Act Now

 

We have to do things we don’t feel comfortable doing. The very definition of change is doing something different from what’s normal. And doing what’s different from your norm, no matter how small or positive the change, will be uncomfortable. Mel Robbin’s solution is to {ijseo_redirect id=358} the moment you have the urge to do something. 5 seconds is the window of momentum for taking action. Longer than that, and your brain goes into sabotage mode. The human mind is an expert at keeping itself in its comfort zone.

 

{ijseo_redirect id=117} Digital Lifestyle

The Digital Lifestyle opens a whole new way of life never before seen in human history. The benefits of technological conveniences goes hand in hand with never-ending distraction. To fully leverage technology, keep your focus, and keep your goals. Thanks for reading and hope this helps you achieve your dreams. Don’t forget to help a friend with their goals too! Share this article with one of the social buttons at the top of this page.


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