The same is true for you. By setting goals, trying more things, engaging in more activities, and exploring more opportunities, your probabilities of success increase dramatically. The only real limiting step that you might have is your level of self-confidence.
Strengthening my power to stay inside 51% of the time, learning to gauge when my energy is being depleted, and continuing to ask my brain questions about what I need to do will help me use my energy to actualize my dreams/goals versus feeling depleted. Thank you.
Getting along with other people is a key part of this equation. This doesn’t always mean you have to approve or agree with what others do or say. Rather, it means working effectively with others towards common goals. People have an innate desire to get along with others.
Goal Setting Research shows that most people usually set goals for self-improvement (changing bad habits, being healthier, etc), improving relationships, and to achieve something in the bigger picture of life. For the rest of this article, I encourage you to move through the following questions to dial in a goal for yourself.
You’ll probably want to use your body language differently when talking to your boss compared to when you talk to a girl/guy you’re interested in. These are some common interpretations of body language and often more effective ways to communicate with your body.
The goal of active listening is to understand the feelings and views of the person. In fact, active listening comes from the person-centered therapy of Carl Rogers. But, active listening is not only used in the therapeutic setting - it's an essential component of effective communication.
Keep your eyes on a guiding principle – Dedication to a higher purpose, whether a spiritual belief, altruism, or personal goals, helps abate fear and keep us pointed in the right direction in the face of fear or hopelessness.
So, the first way to stop procrastinating, is to understand exactly what you want and why you want it. Then, when you know what you’re aiming for, you can break those goals down into milestones. You can take your one-year goals, break them down into months, weeks, and even days. Then, things become more achievable.