I love New Year.
People make wishes, set up goals and look forward to a new year.
I don’t know if you set up goals and if you follow them up.
I have to be honest – I set up goals and didn’t follow them through.
So maybe this year would be the year I would it properly
I decided to set only several goals and follow Raymond Aaron’s technique of setting up goals – MTO technique.
We feel bad when we don’t achieve our goals as usually we set up our goals in a way that we either achieve them or not. If we don’t achieve them we are upset.
MTO technique makes you feel good all the time.
M stands for minimum. Minimum that your goals is for. Something that is very achievable, something that you may have done before. For example, exercise once a week for at least 15 minutes.
T stands for Target. What is your target is. Something that is very possible. For example, exercise twice a week for at least 30 minutes.
O stands for outrageous. Something that seems pretty much impossible even for anyone. For example, exercise 3 times a week plus go for a run twice a week.
By doing this we are pretty much set to achieve the most. As we are most likely be able to achieve our M goal and we feel good, then (feeling so good and happy with ourselves) we can achieve T goal. And who knows maybe we will achieve (and most likely you will ) your O goal.
One of the goals I set up for this year is to finally start Pilates online membership site that I have been thinking of doing for quite a while now.
I know I have said this before and I am sure you had something you promised yourself you would do but it didn’t happen.
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The one below seems very appropriate to mention in this article:
“If you had started doing anything two weeks ago, by today you would have been two weeks better at it.”- John Mayer
I wish you all a very very Happy New Year and achieving your goals!