We are in February, which means that the first quarter of the year is almost over. It’s time to really reevaluate the goals you set for yourself this year and if you haven’t made any progress it’s probably because of one of these reasons.
1. You’re trying to accomplish too many large goals in a short period of time. A year isn’t very much time, even though it may sound like it’s a long time, it’s really not. Be sure that you’re not boxing yourself in and confusing life goals with yearly goals.
2. You’re learning way too much information at once which is keep you paralyzed from taking any steps at all because you’re not sure which direction to go. You need to be very selective about which information you’re learning and only apply what you’ve learned if it is helping you reach your specific yearly goals.
3. You tell yourself you want to accomplish this goal, but your actions aren’t aligning with your words because you don’t really want to accomplish it. It sounded cool at first, but if you’re telling yourself you want to lose weight yet you haven’t worked out or changed your eating habits your actions are proving that it’s not really what you want.
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