Day after day you think to yourself, I can’t get out of this rut and I’m not going anywhere in life. My job is a dead end and I’m always broke. The relationships I have with others make me depressed and angry. I feel like I am empty and running on fumes.
This doesn’t have to be. The choice is yours to start making a change. End the cycle by taking the first step. Be realistic and don’t overwhelm yourself by setting a goal that needs time to develop.
Any goal you want to reach needs a plan. Whether it’s big or small you have to start somewhere.
I know when my brain starts brewing up an idea or a goal to accomplish, if i don’t start the process with a small step, it’ll never happen.
First of all whatever goal you want to accomplish use the resources around you to see how others accomplished their goals. When I wanted to organize my bathroom, I Googled “How to organize your bathroom.” It’s really that simple. Now on a larger scale I wanted to become a teachers assistant in NY, what did I do? I Googled, “How to become a teachers assistant in NY.”
You have to start somewhere and if you’re anything like me, you’re going to need some help with starting off in the right direction. If you don’t know, then just ask.
I can give you so my instances in my life that I needed direction on how to accomplish a goal but the list is never ending. What I want to express to you is that anything is possible but start small so you don’t sabotage yourself or idea by stressing out over it.
1. Start small. Get a piece of paper and pen, and write down what it is you want to accomplish. Having it written down your more apt to staying on track rather than keeping the thought in your head that will probably be forgotten or pushed aside.
2. Research on “how to.” If there are others writing about it because they’ve done it, then that’s the type of references you want to follow. Everyone is different but if you take bits and pieces of how people accomplished their goals, then your bound to come up with a plan that’ll work for you.
3. Set your wheels in motion. Follow the steps and review your goals each day. Repetition works great for me and it could help you.
Every goal needs a plan. Write the goal down that you want to accomplish. Make a plan and start the process small.
Good luck and if you need a pep talk, I’m your cheerleader!!
Great post. And I love the picture of the teacup and daisy. Thanks so much for the follow, btw. I look forward to seeing you around the blogs. 🙂
Thanks same here. I appreciate your follow! Looking forward to reading more of your posts.