2 Systems For Achieving Your Goals

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Achieving Your Goals

When thinking about achieving your goals, which one of these systems speaks to you most? Which one do you think will actually work the best? Are you currently using any of these systems or steps?

There are a couple of schools of thought on the issue of goal setting and attainment. At the core, one school of thought would say that we are the most happy and excited about life when we are actively pursuing what makes us feel alive. While on the other hand, many believe that true happiness is when we are pursuing nothing, and at peace with what we have.

What do you think?

Similarly, one school of thought says that in order to achieve anything, you must go with the flow of life and keep your eyes on the prize. While another school of thought says you create the flow of your life, and your flow is determined by your focus, enthusiasm and commitment.

What do you think?

While creating a meaningful and exciting life for ourselves, our family and for others; do we go with the flow of life? Or do we take a more active measure in creating it? Or, do we find a way to do both?

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Founder of www.EverydayPowerBlog.com and My Everyday Power, Jeff Moore is an entrepreneur, educator, and motivator on a mission to inspire those around him. Jeff has dedicated his personal and professional life to helping people realize their own potential for greatness. He has an expertise in creating intrinsic motivation and is a catalyst for incredible change in the lives of others.

41 Comments on "2 Systems For Achieving Your Goals"

  1. Thank you for this infographic.

    I think many people get this “law of attraction” wrong. it’s not just wishing for something and then sitting still and waiting for it to happen. you have to give something in return. and this something is to make your dream a goal and to work every day to get closer to it.

    you should be at peace with what you have, but at the same time pursue goals. you should live in the moment while working towards your goals. you should not go with the flow, since it is the death of your growth.

    these are just my opinions, but i hope they could inspire some thoughts.

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  5. Inês

    Hm, as much as I believe that daily affirmations and focusing on the end goal are important, I’m definitely more of a “mental toughness” girl! I like to write down my goals, set up tasks and work through things in order to achieve the goals I set for myself, all the while staying positive about the end result.
    Perhaps it works differently for everyone, or perhaps the ideal would be a combination of both systems!
    In any case, thanks for posting this, it really got me thinking!

  6. I am currently SLACKING. I know better but have not written anything since the new year. I bought a planner last night and plan to use my day off tomorrow to write out my goals/plans/wishes in life. This post is…as always…on time. XX

  7. Excellent post Jeff.
    I believe that a combination of both of these strategies should be used. Starting with an attitude of gratitude for the things that we have, keeps us grounded and allows us to be patient as we take the necessary steps toward reaching our next milestone.
    Thanks for posting this.

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