4 Secrets About Goal Setting

There are many things that you need to know about goal setting that most people aren’t mentioning.

1. You can fail your goals

You can fail your goals that you set for yourself. 

~ If you come up with another idea for a goal that is better or more realistic, you can start accomplishing that goal.

~ If you decide you want to do another goal instead of the one you failed that is completely fine.

~ If you fail your goal sometimes you can aim for another goal that is better.

~ If you fail a goal you can look back on the goal and try to understand what you did wrong.

2.  Goals involve dedication

Goals require dedication and ambition to accomplish them.

~ Some goals can take a long time to accomplish such as, life goals.

~ You cannot put half the work in for your goals believing that you will achieve them.

~ You need to put all your effort, dedication and ambition towards your goals.

~ If your goal requires money to accomplish the goal, try to save some money aside.

~ Try your hardest to understand your goals take steps of dedication. If you don’t realize your goals need the productive and ambitious mind set to accomplish them, you will have a hard time achieving your goals.

3. You need to thoroughly plan your goals 

Your goals need to be planned out well.

~ Smart goals are an amazing option for planning out your goals. It gives you many steps and strategies for you to achieve them.

How To Make Smart Goals —> https://thecleverblogger.wordpress.com/2018/06/17/how-to-make-smart-goals/

~ If you don’t thoroughly plan out your goals you can fail them easier.

~ When you plan out your goals try to put as much detail as possible. The more detail you put into your goal setting, the more ideas you have on how to accomplish your goals.

4. Tell people about your goals so they can help you

Telling people your goals is a fantastic option with certain qualifications.

~ Mention your goals to people that you have trust in. If you tell people you have trust in about your goals they will less likely get jealous or try to sabatoge your goals.

~ Mention your goals to people that are supportive of you. f you tell people your goals that are supportive of you regarding your decisions, those people will most likely encourage you to achieve your goals.


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Hello! I’m Maddy Finch and I’m the creator of TheCleverBlogger. I am a Canadian living on the east coast who is a part-time blogger, coffee addicted, loves walk and enjoys travelling. I have a passion to blog so I can help other people and I am always trying to help anyone I can.

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TheCleverBlogger is a Lifestyle Blog. The blog posts you see will be about Home Organization, Productivity, Lifestyle and Goal Setting. TheCleverBlogger is about giving people tips & skills for life that others may not have thought of.

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