When most people talk about goals they usually refer to their
one-year, 5-year and 10-year plans.
Nothing wrong with that.
However, in order to have a constant feeling of success coarsing
through your veins, I always advise having ‘daily’ goals to
By daily goals I do not mean your “to do” list. Not at all. I mean
something you can do each day to be creatively alive; something
you can point to and say, “Look what I accomplished today. Look
what I achieved. Look what I created.”
It might be a fitness goal. You make your goal of walking 5 miles.
It might be a writing goal. You start and finish that article you’ve
been thinking about.
It might be a painting; or the closing of a sale.
As a college wrestler I realized that when I went to practice with
a specific goal, I ruled the room. The same opponent in practice
whom I would struggle to beat would be mince-meat if I had a
goal to throw him, for example, 20 times. I proved this over
Your mind loves something to focus on; a target to hit.
And every day that you hit at least one target – that’s a day in
which your confidence soars.
At the beginning of each day, ask yourself, “What do I want to
create today. What goal do I want to accomplish today.”
Write down the answer – then get going.
Throw yourself into action and watch how the hours go by.
Why. Because you’re creatively alive. And that’s a good way
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