I think we can all agree that goals are important. They give you purpose, motivation, and incentive. But they can also make you frustrated, disappointed, and ready to quit. Anything that causes such a range of considerable emotions deserves some of your attention. Even if you have a love/hate relationship with your goals, it’s not too late to shift it to a love/love or even a love/like relationship. With some belief in yourself (and your awesome ass abilities) combined with a blueprint, this could be your new reality.
People attach a unique motivation to each one of their goals—also known as their “why”. One person might want to lose weight to fit into their high school jeans while another wants to prevent a heart attack. There are people that want a new job to make more money and others who desire to do something they love. Ultimately, this unique motivation is the special sauce that keeps you going. Keep it real close because you will need it. When times get tough and you don’t think you can continue, remind yourself why you’re doing it. Now let’s talk about this blueprint. It consists of 5 things that has provided me faithful support while attacking my goals.