We need goals to motivate us, to push us to do better, to improve our lives and to make us feel good about ourselves. We can achieve so much more if we dare to set goals, commit to them and work hard to achieve them.  We all know that deep down, so let’s crack on and get started:

Think about what you want to achieve, again deep down you probably know what it is already, even if you haven’t dared to admit it to yourself

Admit it, I want to look like Daniel Craig, I want to look fanflippintastic in my bikini, I want to be happy, I want to make the most of my life, I want to have more energy, I want promotion at work,

Plan some goals (go S.M.A.R.T. if you want), get on Mr Google, be realistic but push yourself, you can do so much more if you believe in yourself

Mix them up a bit, variety is the spice of life, spread them out to keep you going longer term

Plan the detail for each goal, training, intermediate steps on the way to your goal, small targets to hit along the way

Book it up, Pay up, put it in the diary to set those goals rock hard like concrete

Commit to them tell everyone about it, maybe not the Daniel Craig bit but tell them about your goals, don’t be put off, this is your life, these things are important TO YOU, you need them, you want them and you are going to work hard to achieve them

Make the time to eat the right food and add in some fitness, the right fuel in a good engine will make everything SO much easier, at home, work or play.

Chris

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  • “If we want success, we all must dare to try even if there is a chance that we could fail” JFK
  • “When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be.” Lao Tzu
  • “Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” T S Eliot