Setting weekly goals and then staying motivated each day so that you reach them is harder than you might think. There are some techniques that you can apply to make things easier. One of these relates to the day on which you actually set your weekly goals. A lot of people presume they should set their goals on a Monday morning, but I have found that it is actually easier to plan your weekly goals on a Sunday. The reason, I feel, is because I am always much more relaxed on a Sunday. I am not rushing to get things done and I am not aware of the amount of time I am spending thinking about my weekly goals. I can sit and relax and think calmly about what I would like to complete in the coming week.
No matter what type of success you strive for, you will at some stage have to take action and step out of your comfort zone. You will have to face your fears and just go for it. If you don’t, your dreams will always remain dreams and your success will never materialise.
Success is something that we all want and in recent years we have seen a change in mindset as being the key component mentioned by many of the top success stories. Scientific research has also shown us that our mindset can directly influence our chance of success.
Jack Canfield’s book The Success Principles: How To Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be, a 2003 best-seller selling over 700,000 copies, proves that people want this information, they believe it and they are seeing results. In his book, Jack gives readers 64 principles for success, in this article, we will focus on the three principles that will ensure success in any career.