How to make a motivational plan and implement it?
The goal is a well–thought–out route on the way to the result that we strive to become better. Following the plan, we get out of our comfort zone, hone our willpower, learn to rely on ourselves, and make the right decisions.
The goal helps to measure your life’s quality, giving it meaning. For a woman, setting and realizing goals in accordance with her nature is the key to the energy source of life.
Why do you need goals and how to choose your own?
The goal is a model of an ideal future. The more specific and understandable this model is, the more likely it is that you will eventually get it. A person needs to set goals and achieve them, experience positive emotions, self-confidence, and motivation as a result. Of course, you can go with the flow without resisting inertia. But such a model of life can be called both calm and stagnant.
The goal helps to train the will and self-discipline, to consciously manage time and resources. That’s just not everyone succeeds in achieving their goals.
What is the reason?
#1. Do not confuse dreams, desires, and goals
A dream is something cherished, abstract, a happy image that would bring happiness and well–being. In other words, dreams are fantasies in the imagination that can change over the course of a lifetime.
Perhaps the imperishable dreams of all ages, times, and peoples look like this: frequent travel, financial independence, good health, a favorite thing, serene life in your favorite corner of the world.
Desires are more mundane and real. They usually express the need to possess something or to realize something that will bring happiness. For example, to become more self-confident by changing the image or hairstyle, eating right to maintain health, exercise regularly.
And also visit dozens of countries or even fly around the world, get passive income, lose weight to the desired figure on the scales, and pump up your attractiveness.
But even these popular, not the most intricate requests may not be realized. In any case, without the intention of turning them into a specific goal with tasks and…