November is here and we feel like the year will be over before we know it, and we still haven’t reached our goals. But it doesn’t have to end this way; you can achieve a lot in a few months when you put your mind to it.
Our LIVs always set clear objectives for each month, whether that be to move ranks, find new Challengers that want to
become the best version of themselves, or simply change their lifestyle. Being a LIV always means aiming high and never giving up.
That’s why we are offering you some tips to start working on those personal projects and help you find the path to success.
Be clear with your objectives
Starting with the basics, it is fundamental to have a clear outlook of your goals and ask yourself essential questions like: What do I want to achieve? Why do I want to achieve it? What do I need to achieve it? The more objectives you turn into goals, the easier it will be to find the right path to take you there.
Make the goals achievable
Nothing is impossible when you set your mind to it, but you must be realistic when setting your goals. Start with something small so that you can gradually grow your projects, from basic to more complicated.
Create a routine
Now that you are clear about what you want to achieve, you should create a routine in your everyday life that goes hand in hand with reaching your end goals. For example, if your goal is to learn to cook, you can create a routine where you find an easy recipe every Monday and then put it into practice every Friday. These are small steps that will guide you towards bigger projects.
Celebrate every small win
Don’t give up! Every bit of progress that you make is a big step and it deserves to be celebrated. In the end, it doesn’t matter if you reach your goals or not by the end of the year, the important thing is to be consistent and maintain a positive attitude that will help you reach success in one way or another.
A person’s willpower is measured in their attitude; it is time to get to work, you don’t have to wait until the new year to achieve what you have set out to do.