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How to Stay Motivated and Achieve Your Goals


We all have moments in our lives when we feel unmotivated and down.

Maybe you're struggling to hit your fitness goals or finding it hard to stay on track with your diet.

Whatever the case, it's important to remember that you're not alone in feeling this way.

The Mistake of Setting the Bar Too High

One of the biggest mistakes we make when trying to achieve our goals is setting the bar too high.

We put too much pressure on ourselves to achieve big goals quickly, and when we inevitably fall short, we feel deflated and unmotivated.

But what if there was a different way?

The Power of Setting Smaller Goals

What if we set smaller goals for ourselves instead of trying to force motivation?

It may sound counterintuitive, but hear me out.

Removing motivation from the equation and aiming for less can be more beneficial.

Because, after all, motivation comes and goes and isn't something that you can always rely on feeling.

When we set small, realistic goals, we're more likely to achieve them.

And when we achieve our goals, even if they're small, we feel a sense of accomplishment and pride.

This, in turn, builds momentum and motivation.

Small daily improvements are the key to staggering long-term results.

Jason Fried

Mark's Story: A Real-Life Example

Take Mark, for example.