Monday, June 8, 2020

Strategic Plans For Quick Goals Achievement



Achievement of a goal takes a long time and due to this reason, many people tend to divert from achieving their goals. Clearly, there are is no short cut method to achieve success. However, if you are smart enough or take smart actions, then you can reach your goals in a much shorter time compared to others. Nevertheless, do not expect to do a thing in one day that others might take years to achieve. 

“It is the same with my word,
 I send it out, 
and it always produces fruit.
 It will accomplish all I want to, 
and it will prosper everywhere I send it.” 
Isaiah 55:11, NLT.

The great classical philosopher, Aristotle described the process of achieving your goal this way: "First, have a definite, clear, practical ideal; a goal, an objective. Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends: wisdom, money, materials, and methods. Third, adjust all your means to that end."

Listed below are a few smart moves or strategic plans that you can follow in order to achieve success in a shorter time compared to others. Remember: failure to plan is planning to fail.
  • Read yourself and your mind. You must be able to read yourself and your mind clearly. This means you must have the ability to point out your goals specifically. Often people set goals that are not specific. For example, if a person says that he wants to be rich, then that is not a goal because it has no specifications. Richness can be in terms of wealth, education, and many such things. Therefore, be specific and very, very clear in your goal.
  • Motivate yourself. Sometimes, you may not get any motivation from others; therefore, you must know the strategy to motivate yourself in times of depression and frustration. You can do this by reminding yourself at least twice daily of the goals you set. You can remind yourself once in the morning when you get up from sleep and once at night before going to bed. Human psychology works at these hours. You can also reward yourself at each step you succeed to achieve.
  • Visualize your goals. Spend at least fifteen minutes every day visualizing your goals. This again will help in motivation. However, make sure that no one disturbs you during this time. Visualization works because neurons in our brains, those electrically excitable cells that transmit information - interpret this visualized imagery as equivalent to when a real-life action happens. And you will have the benefits of experiencing it as someone who has done it physically.
  • Make proper strategic plans. Proper planning is essential to achieve a goal. You must plan once by yourself, and then verify the plan with someone well experienced. This consultation will help you to identify your faults made in the plan. You can write down your plans in a tabular way, as only then everything will appear to be in order. 
  • Write down your goals. Writing down your goals helps create a vision in your mind of how you want to be in the future. You can visually see the goal and understand the difference it will make in your life. When we see something clearly it creates change in how we act as we have clarity and direction. We are then more likely to be productive and creative if we can identify how the goal achievement will transform our life.
  • Measure your progress at every step. Ensure that you have the ability to measure the progress you make in your everyday goals. This is very important, because if you cannot measure your progress, then you cannot update your goals and lose track midway.
  • Commitments. Finally, be dedicated and committed to your goals. Dedication plays a major role in the achievement of a goal. Remember: Where there's a will, there's a way out.
Hence, following these strategies you can attain success quickly. Just remember that when you attain success, keep your foot firmly on the ground as most of the people fail to do so. See you at the top!

“Young people, 
it's wonderful to be young! 
Enjoy every minute of it. 
Do everything you want to do; take it all in. 
But remember that you must give an account to God for everything you do.” 
Ecclesiastes 11:9, NLT.

Here's a video introduction of the book called The Most Powerful Goal Achievement System In The World by Author Mike Pettigrew. 



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