\"Perfection of effort is not required, by the way. It is the consistency of attempting to work these tools that brings the progress. It\'s like anything else. If I want to tone muscle, lifting a ten_pound weight a few times every day will move me toward my goal much quicker than hoisting a fifty_pound barbell once a week. Yes, it really is true: \"Slow and steady wins the race.\" Just try a little, every day. You\'ll see.\" Holly Mosier
If you want to set goals you can achieve, do not focus on them. It seems that these words go against everything that is ever said about goals. A lot of people are talking about the power of setting goals but not many about how to achieve them. Yet, it is a fundamental key to an all lifelong success plan. So how can you set goals? How can you achieve them? What can you do today, tomorrow or this week that will get you closer to your goals? And what is the power of goal setting? The challenge, of course, is that we hear about setting goals so often that we tend to take it just a little bit for granted. When you get yourself to a point where you have heard it so many times, you act like you know all about it. But you need to be careful not to get caught in that trap called the law of familiarity. It is the place where you get so used to it.