Many successful people use the same secret formula to achieve their goals: they document their goals in a written form.
Research studies have proven that everyone can achieve success. The most important condition is: the desired goals must be described clearly and precisely in advance and subsequently documented in writing. The written description of goals has a binding effect on a contract. It is more difficult to keep the goals in focus and to realize them without writing them down.
When formulating your goals, the following key issues are important: what am I satisfied with and what am I not satisfied with?
The goals can come from very different areas of life such as “family and friends,” “work,” “income,” “personal values” or even “body and health.”
Set short-term, medium-term, and long-term goals. Annual goals are also very important. The goals you have chosen can be ambitious and challenging. It is not about “small-small.”
In the process of implementing goals, concentration and assertiveness are the most important factors. No hard work, no prize! The tree is cut down because the axe is set again and again in the same place.
Keep a journal.
Sometimes it is useful to have a very special book for this purpose.
Write down your goals and illustrate them with small sketches. This is a very effective tool for the subconscious, which exerts a strong influence on us. Look at your sketches several times a day, preferably in the morning and evening.
Once you have achieved one of your goals, reward yourself with a premeditated treat.
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