Look at your goals. Set aside time to look closely at your goals. Are you really looking at goals or processes? There is a difference. The quickest way to find out is to add “so that” after your goals. If you want to lose 20 lbs. so that you can go to the beach, the weight loss is a part of the process that the goal depends on.
Do they really matter? Do you goals really matter to you? Do your goals solve problems or create them. Do they eliminate or generate? To achieve adequate motivation, it’s important to position your goals properly. Therefore, you must look closely at your goals and stay true to what matters.
To bring something into form that doesn’t exist. This is the creating process. Circumstances don’t result in action; choices result in action. Love what you want to create. This is the first step, and bringing it into being will naturally come. Your goal is your desired outcome. The processes to support that goal result in your outcome.