I am patient with myself when setting goals.
I love the challenge of setting a goal and working towards achieving it. I feel inspired to dig deep and call on my strongest attributes, especially when the goal seems particularly difficult to achieve. I know I am capable, and that is enough to push me forward.
When setting goals, I am sure to be patient with myself. I admit it is easy to get excited at the thought of attaining something important to me, but I remind myself that everything happens in its own time.
I take a realistic approach when looking at goal-setting. I take an introspective look at my situation and honestly identify the factors that could prevent attainment of the goal in the time I would want it.
I accept the opposing factors and develop a game plan to conquer them.
I achieve my goals more easily when I break them down into tangible pieces. This approach allows me to exercise patience as I focus on the smaller steps along the way to success. I also maintain my patience by setting a realistic timeline for attaining each step.
Today, I know that my goals are easily within reach because I have an effective strategy for achieving them. I am both capable and deserving of the goodness of life. With patience, I am certain that I can achieve them in due time.
1. Can outside factors affect my self-confidence and cause me to doubt my ability to achieve a goal?
2. Do I help my co-workers with realistic goal-setting?
3. Am I doing anything that gets in the way of achieving a goal?