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Setting Goals

I have never been good at setting goals. I fail at it horribly.

I can't even finish a 3 month work-out routine.

Time after time, I always have to start from the beginning and end up not finishing it.

One of the things that helped me go about it is VISUALIZATION.

Like, If I set a goal to drink 1 liter of water by the time I wake up every morning; the night before this, I visualize myself waking up and going to the kitchen and grabbing 4 glasses of water.

I do this every night and so far it helps.

Right now I every time I leave after work, I visualize myself lifting dumbbells when I get home.

Man, I need the exercise. I hope this works out.

Just a thought.

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levis2014 wrote on June 11, 2014, 2:52 AM

It is good to visualize. It is I think equivalent to mind-setting.

GemOfAGirl wrote on June 11, 2014, 9:08 AM

Visualizing can be good, but I find that I do better if I break down my goals into small pieces and make them really short term. I tend to do best when I take my goals a week at a time.

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