Setting goals in life is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible – Tony Robbins We set all types of goals for ourselves every day. However, do you know the majority of the goals that we set for ourselves remain just dreams? According to research by the University of Scranton, 92% of people that set New Year Resolutions never actually achieve them. Yet, goals are essential if we are to achieve the life we have always wanted. Goals make our lives worth living. It is because of the goals that we keep going even in the worst of the days. Without having goals to work towards, we merely roam about and achieve nothing. You hit what you aim at, and if you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time.
In this century, there is no argument that mental health and physical health overlap one another. The World Health Organization has gone as far to say that “there is no health without mental health.” The truth is, mental health and physical health are entangled in one another. So when thinking about ways to encourage self-motivation, we must learn how to play on the psychology of the mind. Finding the motivation to complete a workout or a task at work can be difficult...
Taking deliberate steps to improve your life today is one decision that will pay off in days to come if you keep at it! 2017 is now behind us, the question before us is how did you fare? Did you make the most of it? Are there things you wish you did or didn’t do? Whether you’re into new year’s resolutions or not, change is something we all crave and taking action towards that change today is the best resolution you can make. An adage says “whenever you wake is your morning.” This could be yours if you want it to.
Goals are what take us forward in life; they are the oxygen to our dreams. They are the first steps to every journey we take and are also our last. It’s very important that you realize the significance and importance of goal-setting and apply this knowledge in your life. Begin with the end in mind. - Stephen Covey