Logic Of The Day: 30.05.2019.
A goal without a plan is just a dream. To make that dream a reality you’ll need to devise a concrete set of milestones with target dates to hold yourself accountable.
This is the roadmap that will get you from point A to point B. Establish your short-term objectives (those that will take 12 months or less) as well as long-term ones that will take longer to achieve. Also identify whether there are any barriers that may interfere with your ability to reach your goals in the stated timeframe.
For example, if your goal is to be a web developer but you don’t have the training, it’s time to start researching educational programs. The most important thing is to write your plan down. Writing down your plan in detail will increase the odds that you will actually accomplish it.
Tony Robbins says, “write your goals down—not on a computer, but on paper, or in a journal. There’s something that happens when we write something down.”
In fact, in a study conducted by psychology professor Dr. Gail Matthews, more than 70% of the people who wrote down their goals had accomplished them, compared to 35% who kept their goals to themselves and didn’t write them down.
~ Caroline Castrillion (6 Steps To A Major Career Change)
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