The reason why You know what you must do. And yet how do you get yourself to do it? Again and again, remind yourself why.
With a strong enough reason why, you will be able to do anything at any time in any circumstance. If you're tempted to put off a task until later, remind yourself why you truly want to get it done. Put a powerful why behind it, and you'll find a way to do it now.
Real achievement demands many consistent, focused efforts spread over long periods of time. The way to keep it up is to keep it meaningful. Give your long-term intentions the opportunity to dispel the short-term, momentary urges. With a clear, solid purpose firmly in mind, you'll stay reliably on track. Whatever you choose to imagine can happen for you.
Constantly give your goals a sincere reason why, and you'll bring them steadily to life.
-- Ralph Marston
***Parody of Pussy Cat Dolls by Britney Houston Trannie Dancers***
I always found setting a goal can be easy. It's the following through that's the hard part.
More importantly than the goal, in my opinion, is the sabotage. Why do we often carefully plan our mission, start off gungho, then... KABLAM -- throw a monkey wrench into the mix.
I love the final sentence in this motivation -- constantly bring your goals to life. If we don't resuscitate our goals, who will? Yesterday, with the encourage of my friends in the blogosphere, I gave my goal a little mouth to mouth and I'm slowly getting back on track.
She shoots; she scores -- GOAL!!
What are your goals in life?