Irrespective of what it is, we should always be looking to set some goals that will challenge us and either make us better people or improve the things around you.
Too often we hear people at New Years Eve talk about a resolution, but seriously, how many stick to it and achieve it?
It is said that you can only change a small percentage of your life at a time. How small I hear you say? Well it's way less than 10% (depending on the text you read).
Everyone has 24 hours a day, 168 hours a week, but it's how you chose to spend the time that counts.
Watching Netflix, playing computer games or sleeping in influences your day and how you spend your time. By the end of the day you could be scratching your head thinking what the hell have I done today?!
The biggest guilt a human can have is REGRET. Regretting what you ate, for not taking that opportunity, for sleeping in too late. Regret will always knock you off your perch.
Whether you are looking to lose weight, improve your dwellings or learn a new skill, it is up to you to do it.
I love listening to people such as Jocko Willink, David Goggins or even Zig Ziglar as they all have a similar thing in common; it's what you chose to do that makes you different from everyone else, just make it a positive thing.
Why not start your day off like this;
It doesn't matter what the goals are, just write them down and make every effort to achieve them. Make this a routine and eventually it will become a habit. Then you can expand on these goals and make them tougher on yourself. It could be a financial obligation or a commitment to something new.
Obviously we won't hit our goals all the time or in one day so put them at the top of the next list to remind you of your commitment to yourself. You never know, you might just end up learning a new skill, going on that holiday or winning your next tournament!
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