Contributing ( Lifestyle ) Writer - Sonja Mattison
Kevin Hart, in Futhermore.Equinox.com advises to set a new goal as you accomplish an old one, which a very important, positive, and useful suggestion. More than a million times the thought enters our minds “What do I want to be or do in life?” Even when we have already acquired gainful positions such as CEO’s, doctors, waitresses, writers, teachers, or college students there is always room for to strive for more in life. Whatever we are fighting to be is possible. It is only natural to desire something in order to have fulfillment while goal attainment helps that process.
Goal attainment is an avenue to success and personal gratitude. Without it our desires that we strive for will be null and void. In the act of reaching for our goals lies within effort and reiteration of trying; that means we must consistently try until we reach the summit of our potential. Hence, we must keep searching and setting goals.
Sometimes when we are setting goals they may seem unreachable, but only because we are looking on the outside too much, and others along with the unfinished goal(s) presented before us. Often we define goal attainment by seeing some else’s accomplishments. We forget that by looking at someone's completed goal that theirs was once incomplete – the same status where we might be at the present time, which why we should constantly keep working to achieve our dreams.
The more goals we set and are persistent with them we will find our strengths, talents, and qualities that enable us to reach many of them leading up into our own personal success. Setting them allows our dreams not to be stifled. So, if our dreams are not stifled, it only leaves room for us to unleash them into possibility. It is not a given to meet our goals but a must.
Contributing ( Lifestyle ) Writer -Sonja Mattison