We often fail to dream big because we lack self-confidence. The problem with setting small, realistic goals is that they aren’t very inspiring or motivating. To inspire means to breathe life into, and motivation is the desire to take action. You want to dream big. Big goals inspire and motivate you. Big goals are what get you jumping out of bed. Even if we don’t achieve all of our big goals, we will achieve so much more than if we set small, realistic goals. When setting goals, don’t worry about how; worry about why.
Why-power is more important than know how. When our why is big enough, we will find a way. We either find someone to model, or we’ll discover how through trial and error. It is always best to take advice from someone who has achieved our desired result and learn from them. If we duplicate their actions, we should be able to duplicate their results. Our why-power is what will get us going and keep us going until we achieve our desired result. The problem with most people isn’t that they aim too high and fail; it is that they aim to low and succeed. When self-doubt creeps in, we just need to ask ourselves, “is it possible?” If anyone else has done it, and we do what they have done, why couldn’t we duplicate their success?
Dreaming big, and working consistently toward our desired result is the key to any great achievement. If we let the length of our journey intimidate us, we’ll never begin. Any distance can be covered, if we just keep taking one step after the other. Instead of focusing on the great expanse we must cover, simply focus on the next step. Each step taken is another sign of our inevitable triumph. Don’t be intimidated by big goals, get inspired by them.
“Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced every day.”
— Jim Rohn
Success isn’t one massive effort. Success is achieved through small efforts repeated daily. The largest tree will eventually fall if you simply took five swings at it each day. Focus on taking at least one action every day. Every day is the key. When we don’t do something every day and we allow ourselves to miss a day; one day becomes two days, and pretty soon we develop the habit of not doing it at all. Consistency is crucial. If you can only spend 15 minutes working toward your goal today, do it. Your daily efforts will eventually compound to produce your desired result.
Dream big, get motivated and focus on taking consistent-daily action.
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