After last week’s failure post it only makes sense to do one on success.
So if failure is the act of not succeeding in your goals, that would imply succeeding is the act of completing your goal.
As I said in the last post, succeeding in your goals is all about learning about what to do and how to do it.
I’ve found it’s easier to make mini goals that are along the way to my big goal. For instance if I wanted to get fitter I would set a big goal like run a marathon. Next I would make smaller goals like run half or quarter marathon. To go even further I would set smaller goals of increasing speed or distance that I can cover in x amount of time.
But let’s keep in mind that Rome wasn’t built in a day. There will lots of trail and error on your path to success. Remember we must learn from our mistakes. All the smaller goals help us in showing ourselves that we’re on the path to success. We can gain small comfort from knowing that we’re achieving what we’ve set out to do.
So remember both success and failure are options. It’s your choice as to what the final outcome becomes. The satisfaction of success or the struggles of failure. Just keep in mind that once you reach one of those points there is nothing stopping you setting a new goal and setting out a path to achieve that goal.