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A new life begins on Monday: how to achieve your goals

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May28,2024

A new life begins from Monday: how to achieve your goals

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How often have you tried to start a new life from Monday or, for example, from summer or new year? Full of determination, they made plans. However, many “buts” gradually appeared, the enthusiasm ran out and nothing “grandiose” ever came out.

The reason is that we focus on distant, not always clearly defined goals, neglecting the specific steps that lead to them. This is stated on the Psychological support page.

It is these “small steps” that are the same tasks, by performing which we gradually and relentlessly move towards the goal.

Why do we fail to achieve the goal?

  • Lack of a clear plan. Define clear goals, break them down into smaller steps with specific deadlines.
  • Insincere goals. Not all desires are truly ours. Some are imposed by society, but we are so used to thinking in this direction that we consider them our own. And when we begin to act to achieve such a goal, we lose interest in it.
  • Lack of motivation. If the goal is not yours, you subconsciously resist it. When you are aware of the reasons why you need to achieve this goal, you will be able to create a more effective action plan.
  • Overload. Don't rush into several things at once, because you won't get anything done. Changing habits is stressful for the brain.
  • Lack of support. In the first stages, the moral support of loved ones is important. In a circle of like-minded people or just people who support you, starting something new will be much easier.

A new life begins on Monday: how to achieve your goals

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Years pass, but life does not change for the better? But can you really change your life, say, in a year? The answer is yes. Here are some key steps:

1. Formulate a clear goal.

2. Break the goal down into small steps.

3. Create an action plan with clear deadlines.

4. Find motivation.

5. Don't overwork yourself.

6. Find support.

7. Be consistent.

8. Don't give up.

Life change is not a sprint, but a marathon. Be prepared for challenges, but keep moving. Remember that even small steps lead to a big goal.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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