Better self-esteem: 4 components that help you achieve your goals (1 minute read)
This post Better self-esteem: 4 components that help you achieve your goals summarizes earlier posts about how you can increase your self-esteem by achieving your goals and improve your life.
Changes do not happen by themselves.
We are often run by habits, which is energy conserving, and hence usually an effective strategy to use.
4 components that help you achieve your goals
Therefore, to be successful in achieving goals that involves changing our habits, we need the components mentioned in earlier posts:
1 Create SMART goals, that is, detail your goals so that they are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and have a Timeline
2 Have visible, daily reminders of your goals and subgoals
3 Plan a recurrent weekly reflection time to evaluate progress and make adjustments accordingly
4 Celebrate, reward and be grateful for obtained subgoals and finalized goals
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