• Bryan Stoneking

My Goal is...

When setting goals, it's critical to successful achievement, that you maintain a common sense practical approach to goal your setting for yourself. For instance, if you've struggled with your weight and want to lose 100#, don't set a goal of losing 100#. Not because you can't do it, but because it's too long of a goal and will be easy to lose motivation and focus along the way. Set that goal of 20#, or even only 10#, and give it a target date by which you have to accomplish it. This will help you stay motivated, on track, and it will be easier to hit the target. This victory will lead you to be even more motivated and determined to lose the next 10# and so on. Be realistic with yourself and you'll have a greater chance for success.


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