By Juliet Rogers,

Until you actually achieve your set goals, your onward motion is meaningless.

A goal that is written down is thirty percent (30%) ensured to be accomplished. Hence, taking your time to write down your set goal[s] in life is midway to ensuring the realization of that goal! It is true that everyone in society in one way or the other has a goal in mind; but not all write it down for practical interpretations (and/or) implementations…A written goal without any hard or smart work to accomplish it is like a signboard without direction. It leads to nowhere!! If you don’t work towards your goals, you can’t experience progress in your life!!!

Beloved, it’s not a good idea to overcrowd your brain with thoughts because it easily gets obstructed and subsided in the face of stress and bewilderment. On that account, I beseech you to diligently write down your goal[s] as it is a key step of going to the final or finishing line of your goal being accomplished!

More than that, strive hard with tenacity and determination to be a goal accomplisher and not just a mere goal thinker or goal writer. There are lots of goal thinkers and writers but only a few are goal accomplishers.

“Go an extra mile !
Give a harder punch!
Give a harder pick!
Drive a little further and see what you do and become!”
Live Your Dream!

In the meantime, reflect on these words:

“By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be. Put your future in good hands—your own.” – Mark Victor Hansen

Don’t allow your current circumstances or challenges to limit your belief in yourself! Make your goals and dreams a priority in your life! “It is for us to pray not for tasks equal to our powers, but for powers equal to our tasks, to go forward with a great desire forever beating at the door of our hearts as we travel toward our distant goal,” said Helen Keller

The author is a Societal Engineer, Life&Emotional Intelligence Coach.

Samike Ndisya

Samike Ndisya

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