Writing down your goals, helps to remind you of  what you are trying to achieve. Funny enough we forget so many good ideas without even realizing it, the vanish as soon as they pop up in our minds. One way to help keep this in check is to write down your ideas as soon as they pop into your mind.

Here I have tips and

Warnings: why writing down your goals is important

1. Writing down your goals serves as a reminder

– writing down your goals help to remind you of what you are trying to achieve

– funny enough we forget so many good ideas without even realizing it

– one way to help keep this in check is to write down your ideas as soon as they pop into your mind

” I solve the people pain points that keep leaders awake at night” > Mark Murphy- senior contributor career

“Writing things down doesn’t just help you remember, it makes your mind more efficient by helping you focus on the truly important stuff. And your goals absolutely should qualify as truly important stuff”, added> Mark Murphy the CEO of Leadership IQ and the author of Hiring for Attitude.

You’re 42 persent more likely to achieve your goals if you write them down on a regular basis. It has to with how our brains work. When you write things down, you’re activating both parts of your brain, the imaginative right hemisphere, and the logic-based left hemisphere.

This is well known in the business community among CEOs who use this technique to stay on track with their countless responsibilities. Goal help us become better versions of ourselves. As humans, we process visual 60.000 time faster than have to imagine things, based on a recent study by the 3m company. Writing down your goals means that you can visually see them. This is an important point because when we see something, it affect how we act. You’re more likely to be productive if you can see what you have to do, instead of just thinking about it.

Reasons to write down goals

– it boost your motivation

– it improves your focus

– it reduces your stress

– you can achieve bigger goals

– it track your progress

Anisa says: March 17, 2020 at 1:40 am

” Writing down your goals can help you maybe think out how to achieve them and be more successful in achieving them I think it’s a good thing that everyone should do to accomplish their goals.

If you start writing down your goals, your life will change, when you commit to achieving goals daily, your life will transform.

If you can commit to goal achievement first thing in the morning, every single day, and then reviewing your performance goals at the end of each day, you’ll make a real progress every day.

” It is not enough to take steps with may some day lead to a goal; each step must be itself a goal and a step likewise. ” Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe.

Look at the big picture

Envision where you want to be next year, the year after or five years from now.

Think about long-term goals. Don’t think about details or how you will accomplish them. Simply allow yourself to dream and to think about what it is you truly want.

Whether it’s a personal or professional goal, just let your heart speak

What am I doing with my life?

What do I want?

Where am I going?

Taking the time to write clearly defined goals can make you more likely to achieve them. And achieving goals is correlated happiness and well-being.

Thanks so much for reading

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From Phil

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Phillimon Sefake is a Creative writer and a Literary scholar

9 thoughts on “The importance of writing down your goals”
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