Why it’s Important to Have Goals

Why it’s Important to Have Goals

The call to achieve a goal pulls you away from the normal grind to a journey filled with unknowns. Physical and mental training, self-improvement, highs and lows, growth in mind and body, challenges, encounters and hurdles, connection and loneliness, peaks and valleys. The road ahead leads to battles royal with yourself and others. Whether you started this journey due to inspiration or desperation – You’ll be glad you did.

  1. Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible
  2. Goals ‘held’ in the mind are more likely to be jumbled up with the other 1500 thoughts per minute that the average human being experiences
  3. People with written goals are 50% more likely to achieve than people without goals
  4. All motivational ‘gurus’ agree that goals should be written down
  5. The act of writing down a goal down in is a very powerful motivator
  6. Writing down goals forces us to be avoid being vague
  7. Only 3 out of every 100 adults write their goals down on paper
  8. Specific goals which are time-bound and measurable work best
  9. In the process of achieving your goal you will be sacrificing something else
  10. 92% of New Year’s goals fail by January 15th
  11. Sharing your goals with a close friend is proven to increase the chances of you achieving your goal
  12. The world’s most successful people agree that what you ‘get’ by achieving your goal’s is not as important as what you become in the process

Set Your Own Goals

Use our goal setting template to put pen to paper and achieve success!

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