How To Get the Most Out of Your 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge
If you have decided to embark on the 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge, congratulations!
Goal-setting is one of the most impactful ways to drive success in both your personal and professional ventures, and starting the 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge is the first step toward a more successful life.
With that said, though, it’s important to follow the right process if you want to make the most of your goal-setting efforts.
To help you out, here are a few tips you can use to help you get the most benefit out of your 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge.
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Don’t Get Overwhelmed
The 14-Day Goal Setting Challenge is a two-week challenge that undeniably packs a lot of tasks and responsibilities into a 14-day period.
Like anything else, though, the 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge is something that is completed one day at a time, and it’s important to approach the challenge with this mindset in order to avoid becoming overwhelmed.
Take the challenge one day at a time and complete the tasks as they come up; before you know it the challenge will be complete and you will have laid the groundwork for reaching your most important goals.
The 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge requires you to complete just one important task a day, meaning that there isn’t too much you will need to keep track of as you progress through the two-week challenge. However, the fact that there is only one task to complete each day also means that it can sometimes be easy to forget about your daily task and fall behind in your progress.
One easy and highly-effective way to keep this from happening is to set a reminder on your phone so you’ll be sure to remember to keep up with your daily challenges.
Remember Why You Started
The 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge is not incredibly difficult to complete, but it does require a certain degree of motivation and commitment. If you find at any point that your motivation and commitment to the challenge is waning, it can be helpful to take a step back and remember why you started the challenge in the first place.
Visualize how you will feel after the 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge is complete and how it will positively impact your life in the future. In most cases, this simple visualization exercise will be enough to boost your motivation and help you power through to the end of the 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge.
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Create a Sense of Accountability
Not wanting to let yourself down can be a powerful motivator. When it comes to motivation, though, the fear of letting others down is even more powerful still. If you decide to embark on the 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge, let your friends and family know about your commitment.
Share your progress on social media, and keep both your friends, family, and colleagues in the loop as to how the challenge is going. If you can convince a friend or coworker to take the challenge with you then that is even better still.
Either way, sharing your commitment with others will create a sense of accountability that can serve as an impactful source of motivation to help see you through to the challenge’s end.
If you are about to get started on the 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge, I want to personally wish you the best of luck and congratulate you on the meaningful step you are taking toward your ideal life.
For additional help setting and reaching goals that will accelerate your journey to success, feel free to check out my Goals Quickstart Masterclass. This comprehensive class teaches you everything you need to know about goal-setting and is the perfect complement to the 14-Day Goal-Setting Challenge.
If you are ready to take control of your life and begin working toward your most meaningful goals then I look forward to seeing you there!
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About Brian Tracy — Brian is recognized as the top sales training and personal success authority in the world today. He has authored more than 60 books and has produced more than 500 audio and video learning programs on sales, management, business success and personal development, including worldwide bestseller The Psychology of Achievement. Brian's goal is to help you achieve your personal and business goals faster and easier than you ever imagined. You can follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Linkedin and Youtube.