Lessons Learned from The Path Less Traveled Volume 1 by Zero Dean
Slider

Ways to find encouragement: Goal setting

Ways to find encouragement: Write down your goals
Ways to find encouragement: Positive thinking
Thank you for visiting. If you find my work of value, please consider sharing it with someone or telling them about my book. Your word of mouth is absolutely essential in helping me to reach even more people who find value in it. Please also note that this site's posts have not been updated to match their edited, revised, or rewritten counterparts in my book. Thank you. ~ Zero Dean

~ • ~

Ways to find encouragement series:

Goal setting.

Have a clearly defined target. And make a plan for how you want to reach your target. Break that plan down into small achievable goals. And remember, if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it — so be sure you put things on your list where progress is measurable.

Make sure you have an answer to these questions:

  • What is it I’m trying to do?
  • How am I trying to do it?

Start on your goals now, but think long-term and be patient. Realize that small steps build up over time. They may not seem like much day-in and day-out, but they DO get you to where you want to go.

Always focus on making progress — not excuses. And even if you misstep, you learn something.

When one has clearly defined, measurable goals, it is easier to visualize them happening. And that’s encouraging.

Related:

Ways to find encouragement: Write down your goals
Ways to find encouragement: Positive thinking

The forthcoming EBOOK version of Lessons Learned from The Path Less Traveled will be FREE FOR A DAY on Amazon (regular price: $9.99|$17.95).

Enter your email address to be notified of when this will be (and other news).

Prefer to subscribe to my blog instead? Go here.