Have you attempted to implement a new change in your life and you were not successful? Did you look back to see what you could have done differently to be more successful with that change? I have experienced this plenty of times and it is okay! We are not perfect and at times we have to fail in order to succeed. One way to avoid that feeling of failure is to develop consistent behavior. Consistency is one of the most difficult parts of goal setting and plays a huge role in achieving those goals successfully. Here are my tips for conducting consistent behavior for your goal setting:
I have always been a goal orientated individual. However, I would always mentally set my goals. Now that I am older and my schedule is busier, I realized that I needed to become more organized when it came to goal setting. After trial and error, I have a goal setting system that allows me to set goals, hold myself accountable, and successfully achieve them. But before I share, let’s start with the basics.