Write your goals down on paper
By Lacey Stone Feb.
Write down their personal goalstheir professional goals and their physical goals. I started this habit in college because I loved Oprah, Deepak Chopra, The Power of Now.
- The first is that you'll reach a new level of clarity around your goals and dreams.
- By writing we become focused and specific; our thoughts become crystallized.
- Complete a half marathon.
Granted, you have to work for it. Subscribe to the Motto newsletter for advice worth sharing.
By writing down our dreams, it helps us define them. Because it will enable you to see—and celebrate—your progress. Do you not feel happy in your own skin? How do you pack? Here are just a few goals I have written down over the last three decades:
Sure, some people roll their eyes. Do you not feel happy in your own skin?
Gail Matthews, a psychology professor at the Dominican University in California, recently studied the art and science of goal setting. It helps us review our goals and progress every day. And for more proven step-by-step strategies on how to overcome fear, procrastination and limitations in order to create a life create a life you truly love living, click here to download a FREE copy of my "Stronger Than Circumstances" ebook. What will happen when you do this experiment: These results could be an abundance of time, money, freedom, love, health and fulfillment
See your goal in your head, feel it with your five senses. I truly believe that if you can see it, you can make it so. Visualize it, and see what it feels like.
And that helps remind me to say yes to things that will bring me closer to my goals—and no to things that will only leave me further from them. No dream is too big.
Lacey Stone is a bi-coastal fitness professional and celebrity trainer.