Do you have a goal you'd like to achieve?
There are lots of people with lots of goals.
Just because we have a goal, doesn't mean we're going to achieve it.
There is often a big gap between knowing what we've got to do and actually doing it.
So how do we bridge that gap?
Here are some tips that might help achieve results:
(1) Figure out the "why".
By finding out WHY we want to achieve a goal it will help us change our habits and behaviour. If the WHY is big enough, the how, when, where and what tends to take care of itself.
(2) Get out of the comfort zone
Often the path of least resistance is more appealing than finding the energy to step outside our normal rut. Discomfort is temporary. Once we start to explore what's possible the discomfort is replaced with energy and enthusiasm.
(3) Plan around excuses
We know ourselves better than anyone else. We know what works for us and what doesn't. We know where we've achieved results in the past and what has derailed us. So in order to achieve results we can plan around our own excuses.
(4) Find the opportunity
While our challenges might feel overwhelming at times, there is positivity in any situation if we look hard enough. One person's adversity is another's opportunity. So find the opportunity behind any element that may be trying to derail progress.
(5) Just do it
Don't wait for everything in life to be ideal before starting to work towards a goal. That time will never exist. Every day you wait is pushing your results further into the future. There is no time like the present.