Do you have goals?
What are your desires?
Where do your daily activities lead?
Will it really lead you to your desires?
It is rare for us to spend enough time thinking about what we want to achieve in our lives.
This is understandable – we all live busy lives: most of the time we work, study, exercise, attend a variety of activities, meet friends, relatives, and so on.
And when we come home in the evening, we feel tired and spend time in front of the TV, reading the news online and taking interest in the lives of others on social networks.
In other words, we are so busy that we no longer have time to reflect on our own lives.
Got An idea? Write it down. Motivational Quote.
Just thinking about your goals is not enough, you need to write them down on paper.
To live a quality and balanced life that you are fully satisfied with, you should set goals in the most important categories of life:
- Career Goals – What level do you want to achieve in this field or what do you want to earn in your professional field?
- Financial Goals – How Much Do You Want to Earn?
- Learning Objectives – Is there any knowledge you want to acquire? What knowledge and skills will you need when trying to reach other goals?
- Family Goals – Do you want to become a parent? If so, what kind of parent do you want to be for your children? What kind of relationship do you want with family? How will you ensure family well-being?
- Purpose Goals – Do you have any attitude that stops you? Do you sometimes behave in ways you don’t like yourself?
- Health Goals – Are there any sports goals you would like to achieve? Would you like to get old in good health? What steps will you take to achieve this?
- Fun Goals – How would you like to spend your free time? Is there anything nice that you haven’t tried yet but would like to try?
- Social Goals – Would you like to make the world a better place? Would you like to get better with people? If so, how?
- Spiritual Goals – Would you like to feel spiritual peace? Would you like to live a harmonious life?
Spend some time thinking about these things and come up with at least 3 goals in each category you really want to achieve.
Then reconsider whether the goals are really significant and whether you really have enough.
Is this really what you want, not your other half, parents or employer.
Got an idea? Write it down, otherwise it will be washed away…