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How to Stay Motivated to Achieve Your Goals
We all have some sort of goals or objectives set in our lives whether it is related to productivity, waking early, changing a habit, exercising, or just becoming happier. While the first step to reaching our goals is deciding on what you want to accomplish (new business idea, read more books, create new art, eat healthier, etc.) the next part is figuring out a way to make them dream a reality.
First and the foremost thing that you need to know in order to reach your ultimate goal is to find out what motivates you? The biggest challenge in goal-setting is finding the motivation to follow through. We have trouble keeping the fire lit. If you can stick with a goal for long enough, you’ll almost always get there eventually. It just takes patience, and motivation.
Here are some ways to learn how you can stay motivated and achieve your goals.
Do You Really Want It?
"One of the biggest obstacles in staying motivated and sticking to our goals is in the certainty that the goals we have set are the ones we really want to achieve." Sometimes we set goals based on what we think we 'should' do or we base them on what other people say or sometimes we decide to achieve something because of pressure by our elders. Make sure you're going after something that you really want and that makes you happy — it can make all the difference.
Stay Close to What Makes You Smile
Often, we stumble upon something that motivated us whether it’s an inspiring song or motivating blog, or a photo. Find that song, that photo, that promise, that thought, that person and keep it close to you. Staying close to what makes you smile is an important way to stay motivated and achieve your goals.
Nobody likes to look bad in front of public. We will put more efforts to do something we’ve said in public. When you commit something publicly then even though your motivation comes and goes, you stuck with your goal and complete it.
Feel the Pain of Not Achieving Your Goal
Just as feeling the happiness of achieving the goal helps motivate us, feeling the pain of not achieving it can strengthen it even more. For e.g. spending some time with friends, imagine and feel the pain of missing and losing the feeling of connection with them, the pain of not being with them will double your motivation.
“Change happens when the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of change.” - Tony Robbins
Friend Is Always a Good Coach
Hire a life coach they will coach you to keep going. If you don’t want to hire, then ask a friend to act as your coach. Tell them that you want them to keep you going and not to be easy on you.
Overcome Your Fear
Often, we are unable to accomplish our goals because of our fear. Don't let your fear stop you from achieving your goal. When you face your fear, again and again, you will overcome it one day and then you will easily achieve your goal.
Surround Yourself With Positive Thinkers
When someone tells you that you can’t or that you won’t or that you shouldn’t, you will start believing them. If everyone around you has discouraging things to say, make a distance with them. Find a friend whose dreams are just as big as yours, and work towards them together. Surround yourself with positive thinkers who emanate positive energy.
Practice Mindfulness and Focus
Anthony Robbins spends ten minutes every morning to channel his energy with a priming exercise. With consistent mindfulness practice, you can achieve incredible results.
Break it Into Steps
When you have a big goal or resolution that could take some time or few months to achieve, you can break it down into small milestones, you will feel a sense of accomplishment more frequently. Going back to Step 1, this can make the goal seem more manageable.