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How to Achieve Your Goals in Life – 6 Steps to Success
Editor's note: This article was originally published in but has been updated for and beyond. We hope you enjoy! As the end of the year draws near, I have a tendency to reflect on the goals I've accomplished and start to think about the things I would like to do in the year ahead. But goals are a tricky thing. Set a bad goal and you could end up wasting time and energy. Set a wrong goal and you could end up in a situation you really didn't want. For instance, let's say I set a goal to learn how to code.
Yes, you can achieve your goals in life. We did it, and you can too.
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Three types of goals
As we enter the goal setting season, I think it's important that when you set your goals, you give yourself the best chance of success. Especially when you look at the failure rates, according to Forbes 92 percent of people failing to reach their targets. Here are five goal setting tips that I have used which will help you to join the 8 percent of people who achieve their goals. If you have read any of my previous articles, it will come as no surprise that I am a huge fan of setting big bold goals, and I think they are exciting and inspiring and can really help you to not only achieve but also exceed your full potential. But when setting big bold goals, it can be daunting in the early days, and the best way to counter this is to break down your big goal into a series of small goals. When I set the goal to run my first marathon in 6 months, my first goal was to run for just 15 minutes per run in the first week and then just increase the time I ran by five minutes per week for next two months. Taking this approach allowed me to generate some early success, which allowed me to build momentum and increase confidence, which then encouraged me to raise the weekly increase by 10 minutes for the next two months and then 15 minutes per week for the last two months.