Goals are like blueprints; with a little endeavor you can turn them into reality
A goal is more than just a dream; it is something you wish could happen. Reaching your goals involves planning, flexibility, and hard work. Goals can be short term range taking days to weeks or long term range that can take a year or more.
Reaching goals can boost your confidence, strengthen your friendships, increase your happiness and improve your health.
When you set small goals and reach them, you gain the confidence to take on bigger ones. You also feel more confident when facing day to day challenges.
People enjoy being around those who are reasonably goal oriented, those who know what they want and are willing to work for it. Moreover, one of the best ways to strengthen a friendship is to work with another person toward a common goal. When you set and reach goals, you feel a sense of accomplishment.
Reaching your goal can be achieved in a couple of simple steps. Determine the goal you want to work towards. Set a realistic deadline, plan the steps involved, anticipate obstacles and think of how to overcome them.
For most of our patients greater health is the goal they are looking to achieve. Health goals can be weight loss, hormone balance, better posture, becoming fit, improving immune system or better range of motion. Health goals are best set up with a practitioner. Your practitioner will help set up the steps involved and make sure you are safely accomplishing them.
“I think goals should never be easy, they should force you to work, even if they are uncomfortable at the time.”
– Michael Phelps
*Insert taken from awake no.2 2018