How Important Are Goals in Getting to the Finish Line?

By Christine Salberg | Introspection

Sep 16
runner at finish line

Have you ever had a task so large that it seemed insurmountable? One way to achieve the end result is to set goals. But what if these set you back rather than bring you success?

The people who are most likely to succeed are not the ones who decide to start their own business overnight, run a marathon next week or write a book in a month.

James Clear states “The success stories generally come from people who have been consistently and systematically working towards a goal. Top performers in their field show up and deliver day after day.”

Establishing consistency through systems is less exciting than setting lofty goals but without systems you can’t meet your goals.

For instance, if a writer’s goal is to write a book, he should establish a routine of writing 1 hour a day. If a runner’s goal is to complete a marathon, the system established would be to run a set distance consistently every day. If the goal is to have a successful business then there needs to be a system implemented to acquire clients and close sales. The goal to lose 50 pounds might seem overwhelming so instead establish a system that allows you to lose 1-2 pounds a week.

Don’t let big goals bog you down. Goal setting is great for planning where you want to end up but proper systems carried out systematically will get you to the finish line.

Slow and steady wins the race.


About the Author

Christine possesses an exceptional ability to understand a clientʼs vision and bring it to fruition. Her creativity and attention to detail fuel exceptional results every time. Her insightful, innovative approach provides a personal touch tailored to an individual clientʼs needs. She thrives on meeting deadlines while making sure that client expectations are exceeded on every single project.

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