Make It Happen

How to Stop Making Excuses and Achieve Your Goals and Make it Happen!

How many incomplete goals do you currently have on your agenda? If you’re anything like the vast majority of us, then chances are that you have hundreds of projects that you started and never completed, countless goals that you told your friends but never saw through and all kinds of dreams that seem to be getting less and less likely to come to fruition.

And it’s for this reason, that you may find people roll their eyes when you tell them your ‘next big project’. When you start a new training program to lose weight and everyone – including you – knows that you’re likely to have lost interest by month two.

Or when you talk about the app you intend to make, the website, or the business project. Or when you talk about that dream trip to Japan…

This is the way of things for many of us. We work incredibly hard at things we don’t feel passionately about just to put food on the table but when it comes to fulfilling our dreams, we are remarkably ineffective.

It’s time to change all that and to start making those goals happen. But how can you turn it all around?

Submitted: 6 June 2017
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