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thebookgirl25 ยท 25 days ago
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When working on your goals โ€ฆ
1. Stop fantasizing: Those with too rosy a picture of the future tend to put less effort into reaching their goals. Instead, itโ€™s better to be open to some things going wrong. It will help you see the obstacles - and think through beating them.
2. Visualise process NOT outcome: If you can think through all the steps you will forge a better plan โ€ฆ and it will also help to reduce anxiety.
3. Beware of the โ€œwhat-the-hell effectโ€: Too many just give up when they stumble or fall down. Itโ€™s better to get up โ€“ and to see it as a journey.
4. Attack procrastination: Itโ€™s easy to procrastinate when things start getting tough. Make a start, keep your head down, and set yourself deadlines. Once you start youโ€™ll feel much better, and the road wonโ€™t seem so hard.
5. Switch out of robot mode: A lot of behaviour is robotic and habitual. We copy other people, or we do the same old things. Take stock, and change those patterns, if they donโ€™t lead to your goals.
6. Know when enough is enough: Sometimes we need to know when thereโ€™s no point in going on. Weโ€™re flogging a dead horse; things are never going to change. Perhaps itโ€™s time to stop, and to work on something else.
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