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When thinking about your goals, are you describing a need or a want?

Achieving personal goals is more of a brain game then it is a physical challenge. We get in our own way more then any outside force or obstacle ever will. Think about all the planning and expectations people have for themselves at the end of the year as they plan their New Year’s resolutions, and within a few weeks after beginning their program, they quit. People spend too much time thinking about the end result of their goal instead of spending time creating, setting up and supporting their program’s structure. Detail planning will help overcome most external obstacles that will eventually be encountered as you work to achieve your goals.

“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you.”

It is human nature to find the easiest way to do something. However, that is not always the best way. Accomplishing any goal that truly challenges you should be difficult. If it was easy, everyone would do it.

I like to tell my clients that if you are “uncomfortable” (for lack of a better term) you are probably on the right track. If you are doing something that you don’t want or like to do that will help you accomplish your goal, then you are focused.  I think this quote sums it up. “If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere.”

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