Set a Big Target, Then Go Small

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Set a Big Target, Then Go Small

Once you start hitting small targets, now it’s time to go big.

Hitting those small wins every day means you’ve already proven to yourself that you have what it takes.

Hitting those small wins every day means you’ve already proven to yourself that you have what it takes. Those small wins are the proof that yes, your confidence is based on your skills and not just your ego.

The irony about big goals is that they’re actually just a combination of different small goals roll into one.

Let’s say that your goal is to lose 100lbs in 1 year. That is a big goal. Before, your goal maybe is to lose 8 lbs. That’s easy to achieve, 100 in a year is hard.

That’s why we will apply math into the goal.

100 lbs in a year means you have to lose an average of 8.33 lbs. per month.

That’s an average of 2.1 lbs. per week.

The next step is to focus on the daily actions that will lead you to losing 2.1 lbs. per week. These are things like your daily exercise, your gym time, and the food you eat.

By now, your end goal is to lose 100 lbs., but your process focuses on the daily things that you have to do in order to achieve your weekly shred of 2.1 lbs.

This is how you achieve a goal. This is how you build momentum and confidence.

Start small, go big, then go small again.

Action Guide:

1 – Set your big goal today. Then ask yourself, what are the weekly goals you should hit in order to achieve the long-term goal? Apply math in solving that problem if possible (see example above).

 

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