5 Tips From Todd To Help You Stop Drifting

One of the most common problems I hear from people when it comes to goal setting is that they just can’t seem to stay on track with their goals. They try very hard in the beginning but then fall off and drift back into the same old habits.

Here are 5 tips to help you stay on track with your goals and stop drifting away from your goals:


1.) Track your Goals

The first step to keeping yourself on track is to track your goals. Simply writing down your goal isn’t enough. You need to write down the details of your goals and how you are going to achieve those goals. When you write down the details of your goals, it will be easier for you to understand what needs to be done and make a plan that can help you achieve your goals.

2.) Set SMART Goals

When setting goals, make sure they are SMART. Your goals should be Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. Make sure all these qualities are present in every goal that you set for yourself. Also, set realistic goals. Setting unrealistic goals will only increase the risk of failure which can make it difficult for you to carry on with your goal-setting journey.

3.) Take Action

A dream without action is a dead dream. To achieve your dreams and reach your goal, you need to take action. Take one step at a time towards meeting your goal and as long as you are taking action, no matter how small or big it is; you will get closer to achieving whatever it is that you want from life.

4.) Make Your Goals Concrete

The more specific and concrete your goals are, the easier it will be for you to stick to them. Without being clear on what it is that you want, it’s easy to slide back into old patterns and habits.

5.) Take Time To Reflect On Your Goals Daily

Take time every day to review what it is that you want. Why is this goal important to you? What would your life be like if you achieved your goal? How will reaching this goal improve your life? Use these powerful questions to remind yourself of the benefits of achieving your goal and why it’s worth sticking with.