Flex Discusses Goal Setting Factors
At Flex we know that strong goal setting habits make or break our route towards anything we want to reach. All of our representatives at Flex ow the importance of goals and the value they hold in the long run. It’s the development that we believe in. Many people tend to congratulate people based off the ending and victory. But it’s the process, development and road that you take, that took you to the victory that we notice the most. “Goal setting is important because not only is it beneficial in the long run, but it helps provide focus. Goals in general help you expand your horizon and go beyond what you even thought possible,” says Sean Mies of Flex. Pushing the barriers of how you perceive things and reaching the impossible means that you’re willing to utilize your potential to the maximum.
Make Your Goals Reachable and Realistic
One of most negative things people do is overestimate their ability and smudge a goal into a time limit. Depending on the type of goal it is, it can take either a week or a year. You can’t force something that will only get better with time. Always have a realistic perception and action towards a goal. For example, losing 1 pound in 1-2 weeks, that something that is possible. It will take time to lose 50 lbs, but it’ll be worth it in the long run.
Evaluate and Go Over
Give your goal from freshener. From time to time, we often forget why we start our goals. Evaluating them puts our goals into perspective, as well as helps us clear our mindset towards them. This is the only way to tell how everything is going for you. If you feel like you’re lacking in some aspects of this route, you can change it. That’s what evaluation does. “It gives objective and it’s a way to look at your trials and victories with life,” says Sean Mies of Flex.
Hold yourself accountable when it comes to your goals and dreams. From time to time, let someone you trust know how your goal is doing. If you had a plan to finish something by the end of this week, then make sure you finish it. Let yourself or someone you know will hold you accountable believe in your abilities just as much as you can/do.