1. Make your goals achievable.
By achievable, we mean realistic and attainable. You might unconsciously have set a goal even others will have a hard time achieving, even if they had the means and the time to do so.
Here’s what you can do: break down your goals into small, realistic goals set against reasonable time frames. Oftentimes, you’ll achieve your bigger goals if you work on achieving the smaller goals leading to those. The important thing is to make your goals as realistic and as achievable as you can.
2. Devise a feasible plan.
You know what you want, but do you know how to get what you want? Do you need technical or artistic training to achieve your goals? Or perhaps further studies? Do you have a set plan of action that will lead to the achievement of your goals? What things, both tangible and intangible, do you need to aid you in reaching your goals?
Take a moment to sit down and list the things you need and make your action plan. This is a good time to break them down into small, realistic goals and then tackle them one day at a time!
3. Resist spreading yourself too thinly.
Sometimes, it’s better to work on one goal at a time, rather than doing and shooting for so many all at the same time. Work on so many goals at one given time and you’ll find out you’re nowhere near achieving even one goal. You won’t be able to focus your full energy on one goal.
Prioritize your goals and start with either your top priority or your most realistic goal. You’ll discover you’re able to do more and achieve more using this approach.