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Do you want to do everything in your power to achieve your goals?
What if I told you there was one thing you could do – something so ridiculously easy – that would increase your chances of success by 42%?
Would you do it?
Dr. Gail Matthews, a psychology professor at the Dominican University in California, studied the science of goal setting, according to Mary Morrissey in the Huffington Post. What did Dr. Gail Matthews find?
She found that you are 42% more likely to reach your goal if you write it down.
Forty-two percent more likely.
Just for writing it down.
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Hey there Mommas!! 2018 is fast approaching, but now is the time to start thinking about how to reach your goals.
Who here waits until December 31st to set their resolution?
It’s you, isn’t it?
You must be the January 1 girl!
The truth is, most people don’t starting thinking about goals until January is upon us.
And really, now is the time to be thinking about how to reach your goals.
If you want to be successful in reaching your goals come January, then you need to hit the ground running January first! And how can you do that, if you don’t know what your goal is or if you don’t have a plan of action?
As moms, we are natural goal-setters. We do it every day.
We set goals for our kids (Get straight A’s! Get accepted in to college!)
We set goals for our spouses (Clean that garage! Remodel the house before graduation!)
And yes, we even set goals for ourselves. (Be a better mom! Exercise, exercise exercise!)
But how can we channel our natural goal setting capabilities and get those skills to work for us?
In ten (not so easy!) steps, that’s how!