The goals you set for yourself are of great importance and will affect what you achieve in life. Your personal life is at the centre of what you do… The professional, social and other aspects of your life are all affected by the quality of personal goals that you set!

As a blogger sharing life tips, I’ll list some hacks for setting meaningful life goals that I value immensely myself! Please feel free to click on the links below for more information.

Here are 6 tips for setting personal goals:

1. Set the right goals

At the end of each year, you may feel the need to go through the New Year resolutions that you’ve taken. In doing so, you’d evaluate how well you achieved what you wanted to, what positive changes you brought to your life, and so on. You can set goals at any time of the year… Set the right goals for next year.

2. Ensure better life goals

While you work on your set objectives, you need to follow an action plan (although informally for personal goals). The quality of the goals you set for yourself is primordial. If you first don’t nail down what you want to achieve, you’ll waste precious time in the longer-term. So, do ensure better life goals!

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3. Make the most of your life

The actions that you take daily, add on to months, years… and finally become your life habits and bigger accomplishments. Make the most of your life… It’s of strategic importance to your successes!

4. Plan for and live your dreams

Do you have a dream? I believe that most people do! Yet, not everyone works on them in the true sense. Read how to plan for and live your dreams.

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5. Choose intentional living!

Knowing your life purpose will give you a sense of direction. Identify your true ‘raison d’être’, and plan your day for intentional living! Put your time and effort into doing things that truly matter to you.

6. Journal for your success!

As far as my personal life goals are concerned, I keep a daily journal to monitor things that I work on. For example, if you’re working on your morning routine, then you can use journaling to help you achieve that goal. Keeping a journal has diverse benefits… journal for your success.

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Last but not least, make sure that your goals remain relevant by regularly evaluating them. As you can see in this blog post, I’ve used links to some of my other content. In case you want to find out more, do read them.

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conclusion

To sum up, the quality of your personal goals affects what you achieve in a lifetime. Give your full attention to setting the right goals and working on them. Do you have any tips to share? Please post a comment below. If you know someone who would benefit from my blog post, please share it. Thank you!!

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28 thoughts on “6 tips for setting personal goals

  1. These are great suggestions! It’s important to make goals that are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Reasonable and Time-bound (SMART). Setting goals to lose weight, or be a famous writer go unfulfilled year after year. I love your point about journaling. Writing down your progress keeps you accountable and allows you to make adjustments as needed.
    “The plans of the diligent surely lead to success” (Proverbs 21:5)
    Thanks for this!

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