This Is The Easiest Way To Achieve Your Goals

Love the process.

Biliz Maharjan

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We all have goals we want to achieve.

Setting goals is easy. Everyone can do them. But not everyone can achieve what they intended.

Only a few people can get what they really want.

Many factors impact the achievement of goals.

Some people are determined to go after their ambitions. They refuse to take no for an answer. They work hard and persist until they succeed.

That’s the most common way (we think) we can achieve our goals.

However, it’s not the only way.

Many people think goals are about the destination.

  • I want to lose weight—10 kilos, to be specific.
  • I want to make $100,000 this year.
  • I want to buy a new car.

These are some examples of common goals people set.

We set goals and work towards losing weight, making $100,000, and buying that new car.

But the question is: What after that?

What will you do after you lose ten kilos? Will you go back to eating junk and not working out? Or will you keep pushing and maintaining your weight and fitness?

What will you do after making $100,000? Will you stop striving for more?

Surely, you won’t.

So, why make goals about the end result?

Make goals about the “process”

I’m not saying setting goals is wrong. You should be ambitious and set targets to excel in different aspects of life.

However, it’s also crucial to enjoy the ride. You need to love the process of achieving the goal. Only then, you can become the person who is worthy of the goals.

There is no point in going after something you don’t value. There is no point in achieving your goals just for its sake.

“The man who loves walking will walk further than the man who loves the destination.” — Unknown

  • The goal is not to lose 10…

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Biliz Maharjan

I write about self-improvement, creativity, and writing. Free writing guide—store.bilizmaharjan.com