Your How-to Guide to Staying Motivated Every Day
Evaluate yesterday and reflect on today’s opportunities. Have grace with yourself and plan how you will approach the opportunities you will face today. (Do make note that I used the word opportunity and not challenges – language and the words we use to we talk to ourselves and others is very powerful and impacts our emotional state)
Review your dream and goals. If you do not yet have a vision board, I highly recommend it. Fill it with 70% pictures as the subconscious understands pictures at a glance. This is not true for words – the brain translates words into pictures for the subconscious.
Read your S.M.A.R.T. goals (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time-sensitive) and decide what actions you will take during the day to take you closer to your desired outcome. This can be done first thing in the morning or the evening before -try both and see what works best for you.
Holding yourself accountable or find an accountability partner. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on an accountability partner training program. People with appropriate accountability partners are 78% more likely to accomplish their goals than people without partners. That's one strong statistic in your favor.
Linda Short of Elle Short Coaching is a Goal Achievement Coach, certified health and life coach specializing in goal achievement. As a goal achievement coach, I help people struggling with where they are to create their own life story and take action toward their life vision. So that they can be mindful, get unstuck, find joy in each and every day, and live their best life.
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