Let’s be realistic:

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I was the type of person who made yearly goals and when they seemed so out of reach I started making monthly goals. But I must admit I have been slacking in this area. I have neglected what I need to do because I had lost some motivation. But I know now that I don’t need to make unrealistic goals that I may not be able to reach. I have this huge expectation that I have to do so much with so little time. And I have noticed that when I rush and don’t take my time I end up going back to fix all the mistakes that I have made. I use to have like ten to fifteen goals on my list, but not anymore. I have to be more realistic in the future and even now. I need to understand that there are somethings that will just take longer and that I need to focus on myself a lot more. Things will get done and Rome was not built in a day. 2021 will be the year that realistic me gets things done. Just because you set the bar high doesn’t mean you have to stress about getting everything done. Set small goals and watch yourself crush them. Baby steps are what I’m taking.

5 thoughts on “Let’s be realistic:

  1. Catching up on your posts and I’m finding a few resonate with me. Unlike yourself I didn’t set any goals for 2020. My motto was live and let love which served me well. I have learnt going forward to set micro goals and break them down into plans of action using SMART. I also intend to categorise goals for example; Financial, personal, spiritual and relationship goals. Just thought I’d share. Hope this also helps

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