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Ways to find encouragement: Write down your goals

Ways to find encouragement: Manage your time better
Ways to find encouragement: Goal setting
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Ways to find encouragement series:

Write down your goals.

Write down what you want to achieve. Yes, physically write it down. DO IT.

Just putting a goal on PAPER increases the odds of it happening. Thinking on paper also helps you organize and focus your thoughts so they are not a scattered mess in your head.

Most people think they have a “SYSTEM” and everything all worked out in their head — but I guarantee what most people think in their heads looks a lot different when it’s written down on paper. Writing things down makes them more “real” — and you see things you didn’t see before.

Remember again, whatever you focus on only grows stronger. If you’re writing down your goals, you’re thinking about your goals.

When you write down your goals, you automatically increase the odds of that they will be completed. And that’s encouraging.

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Ways to find encouragement: Goal setting

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