The prevailing thought is to think about what you want to do. Then, you set goals, write them down, stay focused on them and go forward. You check your list over and over again, come back to it, adjust it, and that is how you achieve your goals. But I believe it is not the way goals should be attained. Some people even do it once a year, when they make a New Year resolution. They set goals, and they do forget it until a year later. These people usually have no power. They take the power of goals too lightly which brings us to some basics. You have to realize you have to practice the fundamentals daily. Think about the great coaches in sports history for example. They often teach the basics to people that are already the best at what they do. These top trainers make them go through the fundamentals over and over again, hundreds of time, day after day until they can do it at a crucial moment.
_ Brian Tracy: Self_help author, speaker, and lecturer. Review your Progress. You will need to set times to review your progress in terms of your goals. You need to see if you are still on track and, if not, you need to change the way that you are approaching achieving your goals or you need to review your goals in general. This is the point at which you will see if your goals are truly achievable or not.