“What are you doing and why are you doing it?” have you ever asked yourself that question? Every now and then I do. Sometimes I get a bit lost and seem to be ambling along but there’s no sense of purpose to what I’m doing. I lose sight of my goal; so that what I do each day is a bit meaningless because it isn’t taking me anywhere.
Goals are important. They’re the dreams we’re willing to work for and they are fuelled by our desires- so it’s really important to know the ‘why behind your what.’
What goals have you set for your life? Are they goals that are fuelled by your desires? Or are they goals that you think you ‘should’ aim for – like many New Year’s resolutions?
So… ask yourself the question, then take a pen and paper and write down what you want to achieve, in, say the next six months, before the end of the year. Setting goals means we are taking responsibility for our lives and it makes us feel good because it adds a sense of purpose and direction to our lives.
Here are some things to consider when setting goals: