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Make your goals visible

Write goals down even really small ones, and continue, to strive, to complete, them. Write them down, so that you can see them everyday, and don’t get in to the habit, of ignoring them. As soon as someone wakes up in the morning they should be reading their goals out loud. Think of how great it would feel to achieve them all, and stay in that mindset as long as you possibly can. Practice staying in the mindset, that all your goals are coming, to pass.

Speaking your goals, out loud! I believe is important, to keep, them cemented, in your mind. When I quit smoking cigarettes I used this strategy to help keep me motivated. I wrote everything, I hate about smoking, and when I wanted a cigarette, I read the list. This is just one strategy someone can use to help stay motivated. Speaking it out loud affirms to your subconscious, that you are serious, and cements this, into an action.

Add new goals often. New goals are important, because life continues, to roll on andwe should always be striving to be better and move forward. It is important for rest, but I honestly believe to many of us, have been resting for too long, when there are obstacles up ahead we should be working together to get through. I pray everyone finds their goals, if they have none.

Do you and your family have goals?

Author:

My name is James Carter, and you are visiting breaking bad habits. I believe everyone has habits, good and bad. When I was 34 years old, I woke up and looked in the mirror. I was shocked, I had been drinking every night for so long, that I was fat. I weighed 355 pounds, and ran out of breathe and almost passed out to try and tie my shoes. This was the day I started to wake up. I had a long journey ahead of me, but with prayer, meditation, fasting and exercise I was on my way. It’s been 6 years since then I’ve quit most of my bad habits, and I’m down to below 200 pounds. I have to be honest, that day in 2014 I never dreamed I would have gotten this far. If someone like me can quit, so can you.

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