How you can Effectively Recommit for your Goals Mid-Year

 

Mid Year Success Strategies To Achieving Your Goals

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The most important goals to set in your 20s.

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7 TIPS TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS

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How to Successfully Recommit to Your Goals Mid-Year 1. REASSESS AND ADJUST. Whatever your goals were at the beginning of the year — lose weight, run a half-marathon, set a 2. CREATE A REWARD SYSTEM. What the reward is depends on the person. Mix up your playlist.

Try new routes. Get 3. Plan Smaller Goals.

Having big goals is great, but usually, you lose your focus after three to four months. Think of small goals to do along the way to your end goal. This can include running three times a week to prepare for your marathon or swimming four times a week to prepare for a triathlon.

Remind yourself of goals by reviewing them at a specific time each day, either right when you get into work, right after lunch or at the end of the day. Make it part of your daily routine. Write all your goals in a notebook, pin them to a bulletin board in your office or store them on your computer desktop.

Discuss successes and accomplishments before moving on to talk of necessary improvements. Examine your distance-to-target. By the end of June, you should be halfway to your goals for the year so by now you should have a clear idea of whether you’ve set realistic goals. If you are close to the halfway mark, carry on!If your goal is to work out, know what your workout will be the night before.

This is a tough one for me, but when I do plan, there’s less of a chance that I’ll duck out. So lay out your workout gear, set your alarm in another room, put your meditation cushion where you’ll see. Before you go into your evaluation, set aside at least an hour of your time and evaluate yourself. Assess your wins, losses, overall contribution, and goals.

Be honest with yourself. Be ready to discuss new goals, areas for growth, and examples of the value you brought to the company. The mid-year review is not just about you helping the company hit its goals, but also a time for you to position yourself to hit your goals. I recommend a separate meeting to actually ask for a. Set goals for next year. • Encourage your staff member to identify goals that he or she wants to work on, especially those that align with the team goals. • Ask the staff member to write a draft copy to go over with you. • Make goals SMART (Specific, Measurable, Aspirational, Realistic, Timebound).

Coach to improve performance. For each goal, jot down whether you achieved that goal, when and how. For example, if your supervisor’s expectation was that you increase your sales by 20 percent, note the date on which you met that 20-percent goal.

Also, briefly note the strategy you used to increase your sales, and how your strategy resulted in the increase. • Provide your manager with current information on your accomplishments starting from when goals were set. • Prepare for the discussion—what you have accomplished to date against your goals and what you would like to accomplish. Meet and discuss performance to date.

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After you have your list of goals, write out a plan of action to achieve them.

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Set goals that are specific, and adhere to a deadline.

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Clear goals motivate the action itself and actionable next steps tell the user how to reach these goals immediately (McGonigal, 2011, p. 55).

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Whatever goal-setting approach you take, what’s most important is that you know when you have met your goals.

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• Step back periodically and assess whether your goals are still realistic, timely, and relevant.

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Whatever that goal is, write it on a separate sheet of paper, set a deadline, make a plan, take action on your plan, and then do something every single day that moves you toward that goal.

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Step 2: Prioritize your goals by putting them in order of time.

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Good goals include deadlines or time frames.

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Be realistic when setting your goals: allow enough time to complete them appropriately.

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Set long-term goals, then come up with a list of smaller steps that lead toward attaining them.

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  • Video Summary:
    1. Deliberate Work:
    Working in a wrong Job Meaning, wasting time at a job that is not meaningful. focus instead on a passionate work focusing on Growth development & Skills
    2. Deliberate Love
    Sometimes its hard to commit in your 20’s because you’re casually dating with no goal
    Deliberate love meaning growth oriented, giving you the time to truly decide if u love that person, coming home in best and awful days
    Growth oriented in both

  • I was like “Oh, I used to watch this guy before” and when the shirtless shot came in, I remembered…The guy who said that girls who are into fitness are “too into themselves”, and then has that shot in EVERY video and plenty of them talking about fitness. You are a joke dude.

  • My goal is to be someone successful, to be someone important, to be someone special, to be someone remembered, to be someone who can be called a hard-working dancer, to be someone who can make her mom proud, to be be someone who can reach her goals………

  • I’m an author and one of the tips in this video that’s most inspiring to me is to celebrate small victories. I’m my own worst critic, especially during days when I’m too mentally exhausted to get any work done. Celebrating small victories is just one step closer towards my quest for self-forgiveness and ultimately towards my quest for being a successful author. Thank you, Psych 2 Go. You’re one of my favorite You Tube channels.:)

  • Great Video clip! Forgive me for butting in, I would love your opinion. Have you thought about Patlarny Ancient Secrets Principle (google it)? It is a smashing one of a kind guide for maximising your life using a simple goal setting strategy without the headache. Ive heard some decent things about it and my good mate called Gray after a lifetime of fighting got great success with it.

  • I hated the first few minute of the video because i woke up this morning only to realise I’ll be 37 in 10 years and how this year has already flown by, your video kinda piled onto that dread. Having said that, your advice was pure quality. I love the idea of being process orientated and despite not being anywhere close to where I want to be, it excites me that at least I’ve started implementing that. In terms of love, fuck… i’ma focus on me for a little while longer. Great video man subscribed!

  • This is glorious, I’ve been looking for “examples of personal development goals for managers” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Farnicaas Switcher Capitalisation ( search on google )? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my cousin got great success with it.

  • I remember your video about dreams and i dreamt about solving a rubix cube and i can solve one irl and it doesn’t occur frequently what does it mean?

  • JUST DO IT, DONT LET UR DREAMS BE DREAMS AND JUST DO IT, DO IT
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    Music will inspire you
    Music will give you the inspiration to do it
    Just let it control you
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  • Basically to achieve anything (from getting to your dream college, or getting your dream job, or getting straight A’s, or successfully getting into a date with someone you like), basically, you try hard on whatever you can to achieve, BUT do NOT expect the results to go the way you want it to be.

    “Results” from the things we do are out of our control.

    We do the best to “better the chances of good results” but do not expect the actual result. Get rid of expectations

  • I am new to the channel and I am hooked I will watch every new and past episode like a marathon. However, advice can be helpful soOK ok I love that you state facts but how about what we can do about it? Yes Im an introvert but how can I step outside my comfort zone……..etc. Just a thought

  • This message comes at the right time. Earlier this year I realised I’ve let my whole career be dominated by fear, and just a few nights ago saw I’d let the last ten years of my personal life be controlled by sex. That realisation was a serious turn off! Really having a stern but loving look at myself internally, right now, to refocus on who I am and where I wanna be heading.

    Thank you for sharing this wisdom.

  • My goals have nothing to do with love or work:)… it’s all about running away from my environment n country. I’m too late for experiences n accomplishments and dunno if i will get to dream one day.

  • WOW! How do you even leave your house looking like that?

    You remind me of a young Morticia…or a grown up Wednesday Addams…you are beautiful.

    If I am as great as Da Vinci, I would be working hard on a painting of you smiling right now. Have a great new year, kitten.

  • I agree with everything except working on teams. In my experience, we may work together, but each wants to take all the credit for the project. It has happened in every single group I’ve ever been, so I’d rather work and die alone than work hard have no credit or reward for my troubles due to greedy teammates.

  • How do you eat a whale? One bite at a time.
    And don’t be afraid of change.
    You might have to change, rewrite or even start from scratch.

  • Summary for someone lazy:
    Set vision forget goals
    Derive vision into systems
    Focus on your system not goals
    Love the systems (aka process)

    Real example: you wanna be a pro football player. You want to vision yourself as a pro. Then you create systems (running, endurance, training…). After that love your system and focus on it. Say no to set a goal like I have to score 3 4 5 or I have to win every match

  • I’m about to graduate college and I’m honestly terrified lmao. But honestly, when it comes to love I think it’s extremely important to not force it to happen. It’s also important to have somebody that has somewhat of a similar hobby than you.

  • This is seriously the only first video in my subscriptions that is not a meme-ish video my subscription box is filled with meme videos.

  • Gosh this video was helpful. I have reached such a plateau in learning Spanish. That sad point when you are between intermediate and advanced. Beginner stuff is too easy and advanced is too hard. I will come back to this video when I don’t remember

  • when you have no goals in life because you will end your life anyway… i know this is heart breaking but its true for most people… am i right?

  • I just love your videos. The practical nature of your advice, and the kind way you deliver encouragement is something I truly appreciate. Your accent is so pleasant, and is pleasing to the ear. Our state is lucky to have you. �� Thank you for your work.

  • If you don’t mind i would like to have an advice..

    I don’t really know what i what to study.. i don’t have a dream.. but my aunties are forcing me to be an architect, but I’m not good at drawing structures..im only good at drawing humans.. i don’t know what’s wrong with me because they say that it’s not normal that i don’t have a dream.. they have high expectations at me.. please help. I need an advice:(

  • What have YOU achieved so far this year?
    Let me know + make sure you grab your FREE worksheets here: http://bit.ly/mid-year-review

  • Thank you Psych2Go team your content is really awesome,I am a big fan of animations,it makes me feel like a kid.I like it even more when it wakes up my attention and full interest I like the voice of a narrator of these videos,it’s so calm and beautiful.
    Achieving goals is so important thing to me.Keep going with all wonderful work.��

  • Thank you for releasing the video that I need just everytime! Your videos are interesting and very useful, so thank you so much ❤️

  • There are still no hope��to achieve my goal its too much difficult. I really wants to do something for my family member.I really wants to give them a piece full and a full of enjoyment life.I want to touch out the sky ☁

  • 1. Write your goals down.(place them somewhere you can see them)
    2. Be patient with yourself.(Rome wasn’t built in a day!)
    3. Make time in your week for your goals. (Distribute your task )
    4. Celebrate your achievements.(doesn’t matter if they are small)
    5. road blocks aren’t failures. ( When one door closes another opens)
    6. Don’t take criticism personally. (listen to criticism and improve yourself)
    7. Work with like minded people.

  • I will understand it like this: ”Success is not something you pursue. It is something you attract by the person you become.” Jim Rohn

  • so basically it’s set your goals then figure out HOW to get there.
    Focus on behaviour rather than the nice pretty goals themselves.
    Break down what you need to do into today, tomorrow and the week.
    Small tasks daily are powerful.
    Show up, get them done, and do it consistently.
    Got it.

  • I like the idea of celebrating small achievements, sometimes we are so focused on the big prize that we forget to rewards ourselves for the good job we’ve done so far

  • Great Video clip! Sorry for the intrusion, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you tried Peytonivon Abs Takeover (do a search on google)? It is a great one off product for mastering life with this simple goal setting technique minus the normal expense. Ive heard some great things about it and my good mate called Gray finally got amazing results with it.

  • I am marwa, and I am 25. I really thought by now I would have it figured out. I was in a cycle of a toxic five year relationship that I had to finally end because it was affecting my day to day life. It’s hard, not going to lie. It hurts, not because of the person I loved treated me poorly but because I allowed my valuable time to be wasted and owner by him. I a realizing a lot now along with trying to rebuild myself and career. I wasted five tears and let me tell you my mindset is way different than it was when I was 20. Being 25 I realized it’s okay to take time for yourself and figure out your wants and treat yourself gentle and with love. Pray and always put god first. Failures happen but doors will open again before you know it. You also never stop learning… literally never.

  • There is a loophole here!
    If your goal is urgent requirement, like getting a job to handle financial emergency, you can not wait for months by just doing a little everyday (saying to yourself today I did a little research tomorrow I’ll do some more, I’m getting closer to my dream job)
    You would’ve need to quickly search for 5-10 currently available jobs offline or online. Then try your luck and get the job in 3-4 days.
    Not 1 interview per day but multiple interview per day!

  • Có 1 sự liên quan đó là khi mình đọc được một bài viết về tâm lý như thế này: Khi bạn mải suy nghĩ rằng mình sẽ làm thứ gì đó, việc này, việc kia,… thì não bộ sẽ nghĩ đến hình ảnh rằng sẽ có ai đó làm việc đó cho bạn, dẫn đến việc bạn đặt ra mục tiêu mà không thực hiên nó
    It’s so true, thanks for this useful video!

  • This was so powerful. I was told that buying Gumball machines and vending machines would NEVER work for me or make me any money. Not only 5 minutes later did I get the opportunity to buy a full route business for my son and I am the owner and co owner with my 2 years old son.

  • Most of 20s generations think and talk alot about things you never know! Trust me! The real happiness are sport and hobby which you can turn into your job! Dont think alot for your future just work for it…not just talking thinking comparing and be positive! The life has no recipe and everything is unpredictable! Less internet!!!

  • I depends on someone how she/he handles it,sometimes u have to suffer a lot before u achieve ur goals in life and whatever ur goal in life just take it to the extreme have trust in God.

  • 1 minute into this video and I want to disagree. its good to have goals in life. but i’m a firm believer that EVERYONE has their own individual path. you can follow rules in books and videos such as this one, but life will always bring you to where YOU as a unique individual need to be. I’m currently 22 and my life drastically changed at 21 from a breakup and career changes. I was working in a professional music studio, it’s been my dream since I was probably 11. I worked hard to earn that position. it was fun and great for a couple years but things went side ways and now i’m more focused on a salary job and stability more than doing something i’m passionate about. currently i’m going for a job that I have great interest in, and can eventually help me with a 401k and other great benefits. my point? just do what your heart tells you to do. don’t do what everyone else is doing… but it’s good to get different perspectives. some people like jobs with freedom. some people like jobs with promotions and great pay. it all boils down to who YOU are and what YOU want. and it’s okay if your wants and needs change. some people find their purpose and achieve it young. and some people achieve it in their 60s. growing old is scary but at the end of the day, (not to sound too spiritual) but your soul will always be youthful. dont rush things…. just let it all flow, but have a goal. and be open to change.

  • Many teenagers are growing up at a fast pace and they are rushing to have it all figured out

    (Edited) even tho they have time on their side ❤️

  • Focus on the behavior to reach your goal rather than focusing on the goal and do nothing. This is common sense but this is one of those things that is not common specially is seemingly common things like parenting or improving skill. Thank you to this talk for pointing my eyes to things already right in front of me.

  • You’re always so inspiring! You gave me a little lift when you said there are still 6 months left in the year and we can still make new goals. Sometimes I feel like I have to wait for the next year, next month, next week, tomorrow if I screw up a goal. But you just gave the “ok” to start today! Sometimes that’s all a person needs. Thank you for the video.

  • My biggest obstacle is my couch and the ridiculous amount of time I spend on it, mostly watching YouTube videos about the things I want to do!!

  • What the fuuuck I don’t agree with this video almost at all, there’s not ONE way to live life right, it’s never too late to do ANYTHING

  • I mean, I understand your points and I do like the idea of being more conscious about your work and love life, I still feel like you’re really explaining it in a rather unnuanced way at some points. Then again, it’s only a short video, so gotta be more concise I guess. Enjoyed the thought material!

  • This concept is based on the fact, we should focus on work and not on result because we can’t control result, we should be happy with our conscious effort.

  • Thanks for tuning into The Productive Life podcast! You can download our free Mid Year Review Worksheet at meganminns.com/midyearreview

  • I got diagnosed with lymphoma so that really changed my perspective. Like losing weight is not important while I am in treatment. I am not going to waste time worrying about small) stupid stuff. I’m not working so some of the financial goals will be delayed.

  • I mean think about it somewhere in the world there is a person opening a door and there is somebody elsewhere in the world closing a door, so IT IS LITERALLY HAPPENING RIGHT NOW!!

  • Hhhhh….i want to buy the bracelet, but I don’t have enough money (im a child without a job) and I don’t have a good reputation of wearing accessories besides my amethyst necklaces time to time.

  • Batman Begins
    In a nutshell. ���� ��
    Thank you, I needed this a lot. Elliot Hulse talks about this with the MBTI Personality Tests. You might be a Campaigner. Some people are Teachers, etc.
    This touched me strongly, because I let go of the goals and just started focusing on the actions that are needed and the behaviors. This is so cool to see spoken. Thank you. ✊����

  • Thank you for the excellent vid! Totally needed some inspiration for getting some of my goals done! My biggest goal (and this might seem super easy to some people) is just getting my apartment in order. It’s always so chaotic. I moved from a 3 bedroom down to a studio with a ton of furniture and things:( I would like to get it nice and functioning before the seasons change!

  • This video actually made me cry. I found your channel this morning. I’ve been pondering everything you’re about for quite some time now amd I’ve found so much encouragement in this space

  • This was great, thanks, I have been researching “personal development goals for work” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Farnicaas Switcher Capitalisation (do a search on google )? It is a smashing exclusive guide for learning how to buy and sell gold minus the normal expense. Ive heard some great things about it and my mate after many years got amazing results with it.

  • I disagree. Dating casually is the best thing to learn what you want and what you don’t want while still being independent and letting yourself evolve naturally. Dating seriously while you are still developing sucks because you will fight for someone who isn’t worth it and wake up one day and realise it too late. Your youth is for having fun. This sounds very personal and does not work for different types of people.

  • Kudos for the Video! Excuse me for chiming in, I would appreciate your initial thoughts. Have you ever tried Peytonivon Abs Takeover (Have a quick look on google can’t remember the place now)? It is an awesome exclusive guide for mastering life with this simple goal setting technique minus the hard work. Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my cousin after a lifetime of fighting got cool success with it.

  • Excellent video content! Apologies for chiming in, I would appreciate your thoughts. Have you tried Peytonivon Abs Takeover (Have a quick look on google can’t remember the place now)? It is a good one of a kind guide for mastering life with this simple goal setting technique without the headache. Ive heard some great things about it and my old buddy Taylor after many years got astronomical success with it.

  • This is glorious, I’ve been looking for “top personal goals in life” for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried Conoah Goalify Gotchie (do a google search )? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my cousin got great results with it.

  • As for me I’m 26, never started an apprenticeship. I nust worked here and there. But I’m absolutely unhappy about my situation.

    I’m also in a 5year LDR with a distance over 9000km. I want to set a good foundation. We both have dreams and goals. I want to give and offer to make my future partner happy.

    “A goal without a path, is nothing but a wish”

    Yesterday I sat down and made a mindmap of my life goals, dreams. I wrote everything down. No matter how big. I want to get a proper major, get independent in the future. Own a workshop and sell stuff I made aswell as digital goods.

    I picked 3 Goals and defined them with S.M.A.R.T. broke them down into milestones and tasks.

    I wanna run and fight as long as I can think! I wanna be independent! To decide for myself what I want to do! But espacially I’m sick wasting my life procrastinating. Waiting 5 years to see my gf the first time. I endured alot. But I’m ready to endure more!

    I want to create my own future!!!

    sorry I went all out and got carried away

    Your content is really great. Because I can connect with your words. Thanks for always spreading positivity.!

  • Hindi Mai bole to -( 1) subah se saam kya kya Kiya (2) agle din kya Kiya (3)1week Mai kya Kiya….isi se goal achieve Hoga…sochnai se bus nhi Hoga ������

  • This video came at a great time. I’m currently trying to sort out all the possible scenarios I want to play out in my life. How do I pick one when I have so many different passions??

  • can you give an active advice becuase i leave in hard place:( all my project fails because i feel so bored and i didn’t get the resault fast

  • It’s best to focus on yourself in your 20’s, rather than dating. Stay lonely because most people haven’t got their heads screwed. Be single!

  • You couldn’t have uploaded this any better. It’s currently 12-31-18 10:25 PM and I was just thinking of what I want to achieve in 2019.

  • So you saying everyone should search for marriage hahahah you’re a joke.
    Reflect on what you are stating for people in such an early age, you are making them think they will be unhappy for not having a thing that is barely impossible to achieve, and may not be something they want. Sure you may reflect if some relationship will be the one you want for life, but you can’t predict divorce or many future problems.

  • Alexander,

    Saw this video and put it to my watch later because, well, I’m in my early 20’s. Loved the content man, you approached growth from two new perspectives I didn’t consider before. Thanks for sharing and wishing you the best my guy!

  • Hope these tips help with your new year goal planning! Here’s a video to on strange signs you will be successful: https://youtu.be/zyiNIs_J4QI
    https://youtu.be/zyiNIs_J4QI

  • His logic is terrible, but the point is good:

    Focus on habits instead of goals.

    Worked for me, do some push ups every second day, I slowly went from “how many I like to do” to being comfortable with a sport program with set and rep counts.
    Also I tried sightreading on the piano every day, sometimes for only 15 minutes and it really helped.

    Since you most likely can’t force yourself to work super hard(+it’s very painful), habits/(=behaviours) is the way to go, trust me!

  • Honesty one of the best videos you’ve made. It’s like your inside my head. Makes me feel less paranoid about how much I think about these things. That I’m not crazy for considering so much. Thanks man.

  • Hmm you make it sound like it’s bad to be thirty and still figuring things out. You’ll likely live two more times (60 years) based on our our access to medicine. You’re still young when you’re 30 not to say there isn’t the chance you’re life won’t end too soon, but still, being 30 and still figuring things out isn’t bad.

  • He’s completely right. I’m 27 and have been goal oriented since before high school graduation. These are good habits to practice. I have friends that are doing the same thing we were doing at 17 because their decisions aren’t intentional. Just floating through life without the future in mind.

  • What about people that don’t really have a goal of finding love and are open to non monogamy? I’m more inclined in growing to love myself but I do have a relationship that supports me but we don’t have a goal to be together unless we both decide that later.

  • 0:32 proof view your stuff so editing mess ups dont occur. now i cant take your serious if you cant even fkn edit a video right. js

  • Cheers for the video content! Excuse me for chiming in, I would love your opinion. Have you heard about Proutklarton Mind Instructor Plan (just google it)? It is a great exclusive product for Improving your life without the hard work. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my cousin got cool success with it.

  • I believe when I listen your video, it’s a destiny. I have a problem with my goals and I don’t understand why I can’t achieve that. Thank you for your sharing and I will change myself. ❤

  • I think some of the stuff that we do is based on fear and in some aspects, it’s healthy. I agree with the relationship part but I am skeptical about the career part. In my experience and as a witness, in our 20’s, we tend to have existential questions that are never answered properly and we make choices based on them. Some are good and some are bad. I would say take calculated risks and endure transitional phases to pursue your passion. You can never get rid of fear because it’s in our nature but you can reduce the fear with enough information about the choices or situation. I would say try to reduce fear by learning as much as you can about what you want to do and then transition.

  • Yea ok, deliberate work and all that. But its not like you can just go around studying for all these different things to try and get good at to figure out what it is you want to get good at. Aint no body got the time OR the MONEY for that…

  • bro all this stuff is right but i think that you can also live a good life without worrying about every detail of every aspect of it. sure you cannot wander through life forever. you should always strive to get better each day in order to have the future you want, but i could not live thinking obsessively all the time about that future to be perfect. not everything has to be so serious, from my point of view.

  • Thank you. This video was very helpful and motivating. My ultimate goal is to help raise the consciousness in humanity. Now I will focus on how to stay on a high frequency under stress from things and people I have no control over. Being my ultimate self at all times will have a major influence on those around me. Thank you!

  • I love this! very inspirational I think and other important things to remember when it comes to achieving your goals are:
    -Do NOT expect different results from same behavior. Change your behavior and your results will change.
    -Be loving and accepting of self and pat yourself on the back for the smallest improvement.

    If anyone is interested in another take on achieving your goal check out my video “How to stay focused on your goals”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ns7sXjlIL14

  • If you want to achieve your goals, don’t focus on them:

    Goals require you to have the participation of other people,therefore, they are outside of your control.
    So, if you spend too much time focusing on your goals, you’ll never achieve them.
    Behaviours, by contrast, are thing that you alone can do, it doesn’t take a parent, a teacher, a coach, a friend, a neighbor, a spouse, a child, it doesn’t require anyone else, you alone can do behaviours, and behaviours are the things that you focus on in order to achieve your goals.

  • I know that a LOT, and I mean a LOT of people will take this the wrong way, my wife and friends will totally get my joke any day at any hour, and the joke is actually a compliment directed towards you at the end of the video…

    Please just try to see the pop culture humor (and the compliment towards you)…

    So here we go…

    …ahem…

    cough cough

    …uhmm……..

    “How’you doin’?” wink wink

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  • Cheers for this, I’ve been looking for “what goals have you set for your life” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Conoah Goalify Gotchie (just google it )? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my mate got great success with it.

  • I don’t take seriously a guy who needs to take off his t-shirt in the intro for call your attention.. May I ask what kind of customers he has.. ������

  • My new year resolutions 2019.

    1. Start with NoFap.
    2. Get in shape.
    3. Reduce stress.
    4. Read more and learn a new language, e.g. Japanese.
    5. Spend less time on social media.
    6. Become more social.
    7. Face my fears and insecurities.
    8. Meet new people.

    9. Learn to love myself.

    Happy new year everyone!!

  • Goals provide DIRECTION! And if we can see ourselves as the type of people who achieve those goals then good things are gonna happen ����

  • Man half this video is you rambling about every way a relationship can go wrong, good presentation, good you talking to the camera.

    But seriously the storirs about relationships you told wasted time. And it can be taken as “everything you do in a relationship can be fucked up, even not having one you’re fucking up”.

    What you said at the end about how much you like the person should also be said about people you’re friends with.

    You’re not trying to be a dating instructor so stay away from talking about relationships like that.

    Focus on relationships as people, because thats gonna hit people better than you rambling about how relationships can fail in every way.

    Hope you improve!

  • now i understand why at the moment i am so focused on myself… since the day i graduated from highschool i sa this as a huge priority and self-discovery, self-healing and self-realisation in general has been always the most important thing for me. and its also the thing that has given me the most joy so far… theres this pressure in me where i feel like i HAVE TO FIND OUT WHAT I WANT TO DO IN LIFE RIGHT NOW but i notice that im allowed to take my time for that. its better to take more time for that than not enough and end up oneday in your mid thirties or something realizing you have never really been authetic… the same goes with the partner of course

  • I have a very difficult time finding my purpose, I am at my last year of Uni to become an engineer but I don’t feel happy about it, I am doing what I have to do because I have to, not because I love the subjects. I am just interested in them but I don’t feel this fire inside. How can I then be serious about my future…? This is a big question for me that kinda blocks me from planning my future, I now sit here waiting for me to get my degree so I can find my purpose if that makes sense…

  • So apparently any rando can upload a video nowadays and pretend they know what they’re talking about. Nothing this guy says is profound or groundbreaking. Work hard, follow your passions, put yourself first but be open to meeting new people and establishing new relationships. You don’t have to be instilled with anxiety over the idea that you have to do a shit ton of stuff in your 20s. Live your life, follow your intuition, and be happy. The rest is fodder.

  • I’m a little late to the mid-year review haha, but I’m so thankful for this video & excited to sit down and work through these questions x

  • I have surpassed the quantity of books I wanted to read. I have also keep up with my personal exercise goal. I have to relook my business goals, Not doing very good there