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  • Writer's pictureMette Bloch

Let 2024 be YOUR year

As we dive into a brand-new year, it's the perfect time to reflect on what truly matters to us and set some important personal goals. I'm not talking about those run-of-the-mill resolutions that often fizzle out by February. No, I mean the kind of goals that genuinely inspire you and propel you forward. Because let's face it, if it's not really important to you, it's tough to muster the motivation to make it happen.

So, how do you set meaningful goals and, more importantly, stick to them? Let's chat about it in a down-to-earth, non-cheesy way, and I'll give you some practical tips and tricks to succeed.


1. Find your WHY: First things first, why is this goal important to you? Dig deep and uncover the underlying reasons that drive your desire to achieve it. When you connect emotionally to your goal, you're more likely to stay committed.


2. Be specific: Vague goals like "get fit" or "save money" won't cut it. Instead, be ultra-specific. For example, "I want to lose 15 pounds by June" or "I'm saving $5,000 for a dream vacation in two years." Clarity is key.


3. Make it measurable: How will you know when you've succeeded? Define clear metrics to track your progress. Having concrete numbers and milestones keeps you accountable.


4. Set achievable goals: While it's great to dream big, make sure your goals are realistic. Setting yourself up for success is far better than setting unattainable goals that lead to frustration.


5. Set a timeline: Assign a deadline to your goal. It creates a sense of urgency and helps you stay on track. Just remember to make it reasonable based on the goal's complexity.


6. Break it down: Big goals can be overwhelming. Divide them into smaller, manageable steps. Celebrate each small victory along the way to maintain motivation.


7. Stay flexible: Life can throw curveballs, and that's okay. Be adaptable and willing to adjust your goals as circumstances change. The key is to keep moving forward.


8. Seek support: Share your goals with a friend, family member, or mentor who can provide encouragement and hold you accountable. Sometimes, a little external motivation goes a long way.


9. Visualize success: Imagine yourself achieving your goal. Visualizing the outcome can boost your confidence and determination. This it probably one of the most overlooked techniques available. I used visualization to succeed in my sport, and without this tool, it never would have happened! Give it a try, for at leat 90 days!


10. Track your progress: Keep a journal or use apps to monitor your progress. Having statistics to back up your journey can be incredibly motivating.

Remember, it's not about perfection; it's about progress. Set important goals that resonate with you, and use these tips to give yourself the best chance of success. Cheers to a new year filled with meaningful achievements! 🌟




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