- It is important to be known as someone who keeps their word and gets things done – essentially a “closer”.
- This starts by setting goals and achieving them. Start small and then move to bigger ones. Small goals achieved will motivate you to do more. For example, making your bed in each morning is a small achievable goal. Then move to bigger things.
- Writing things down personally helps me achieve my goals. It makes it real and sometimes I write the steps I need to accomplish in order to achieve my goals. Then I put things into motion until they are done.
- You can also use the S-M-A-R-T model when setting your goals:
Specific – Measurable – Achievable – Realistic – Timely
- Being a closer is especially important in your interpersonal relationships. By being a person of your word, you demonstrate respect for others, which reflects positively on you and makes others take you more seriously because you appear more trustworthy and dependable.
- Additionally, when you demonstrate that your life is in order, and that you achieve the goals you set out for yourself, it makes you more attractive to others – especially love and career interests.
- TRY THIS: when you wake up each day set one S-M-A-R-T goal to achieve before you go to sleep. When that becomes easy add more challenging goals.
POST IT NOTE: I will achieve my goals
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What goals to YOU have that you find hard to achieve? Please share in the comments!