Setting Goals Tips PLR 10 Articles with Bonus Tweets

Setting Goals Right: Ask--Are Your Goals Multifaceted?


Focusing on only one part of your life is a bad idea. People live multifaceted lives and need to make goals for all areas of their lives in order to feel successful. If you have a wonderful business and career but your personal life suffers, then no matter how successful you are, you will not feel successful. Something will always feel as if it’s missing from your life if your goals aren’t inclusive. Therefore, make sure your goals include something from each aspect of your life.


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Here are your 10 PLR articles listed out:


-Five Things You Can Do Today to Achieve Your Goals 

-Are You Setting the Right Goals for Yourself?

-Are Your Limiting Beliefs Stopping You from Achieving Your Goals?

-Common Goal Setting Obstacles and How to Maneuver around Them

-Goal Setting Tools to Help You Succeed

-How to Create a Pattern of Success

-How to Find Motivation to Achieve Your Goals

-How to Prioritize Your Goals

-How to Set Powerful Goals You Can Achieve

-What Is a Smart Goal?

-Are You Setting the Right Goals for Yourself?


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There is a lot more to goal setting than just picking a goal and moving forward. While that is important, it’s also important to ensure that you are setting the right goals at the right time so that you can truly be successful. In order to ensure that you are setting the right goals for yourself, answer the following questions:

Is Your Scheduling Representative of Real Need?

Once you create the schedule for yourself to reach each goal that you’ve set, you need to truly consider how representative it is of reality. Say your goal is to be healthy and reduce your cholesterol by 10 percent in six months. But, you haven’t set aside the time needed to exercise and eat right. If you don’t schedule in the time needed, you won’t succeed because something will always be in your way taking time away from you. It will be very frustrating to practice your schedule because it doesn’t represent reality.

For instance, if you are going to exercise 30 minutes per day, setting aside only 30 minutes isn’t going to be realistic. You’ll probably need to set aside an hour to account for getting ready as well as cooling down or getting cleaned up to go back to work.

Are You Learning from Failure?


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