All successful people men and women are big dreamers. They imagine what their future could be, ideal in every respect, and then they work every day toward their distant vision, that goal or purpose.
Moving towards your goals every day is about setting your focus in the direction of your goals. By doing that, you are investing more of your creative time and energy in the achievement of your goals. You will achieve your goals through consistent investment in them.
Even when it’s hard to move, take small steps forward.
Especially in trying times, it’s important to continuously push yourself forward. Because momentum is everything! As long as you keep the momentum positive – even if you’re moving at a snail’s pace – you’ll eventually get to the finish line. So celebrate every step you take today, no matter how small. Because every step will lead you farther away from where you were yesterday and closer to where you want to be tomorrow. Be it a better life or a dream we long to realize, we reach our destinations by taking many, many small steps in the same direction, one at a time.
Set a Plan of Action and Follow It
Many people fail on this, the reason being they are starting off too big. Start off small and build up from there. Do little things to get the momentum going. Be disciplined in the small things, with this drive and discipline you have will gain momentum as time goes on. You will then find it easier to keep going towards the achievement of your goals, instead of sitting back and hoping things will happen. By setting a small plan and following it through, you will set the foundation for bigger improvements in your life.
Do Something Every Single Day
Do things to assist you in the fulfilment of your goals every single day, no matter how small or grand it may be. That way, you are always making progress. It will make you more mentally focused and your thoughts will become more positive and reinforced. You will have solid foundations you need to succeed.
The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest upon, but only to hold a man’s foot long enough to enable him to put the other somewhat higher.
Thomas Henry Huxley