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Hey guys! Welcome back. As people we are constantly busy. We sometimes bite off more than we can chew. Sometimes we have so many goals that we are struggling to find a balance. So today I wanted to share with you how you can pursue multiple goals at one time. So if you find yourself in a situation where you are juggling several things, hopefully these tips will help you. These are things that are going to help you stay focused and organized because when it comes to balancing, it is important to make sure everything is in order. Otherwise it could get out of hand. So here are my tips on how to pursue multiple goals at once.

1. Write down your goals. Writing them down prevents you from having to struggle to remember them all. So when it comes to knowing what you are working towards, having an updated list of goals will help you. This way you will be able to clearly define your goals and keep them separated. You will have a more clear head space so you can focus on other things.

2. Make a plan. The next step after you have written down all of your goals is to make plans for each one. Keep them separate and focused. Don’t try to combine things that can’t really be combined. Making plans for each goal will help you know what steps you need to take to reach each one of your goals. This will help you feel like you are more in control of what is going on and you will feel less stressed. This will help you in turning your goals into a reality and helping you see the progress you want to make. Plans are absolutely essential when it comes to making things happen and reaching goals.

3. Schedule it. Add steps to your daily calendar so you can remember to be working on them. It is helpful to actually complete steps and get closer to achieving your goals. It is also a test to see if all of your goals actually fit into your schedule. If not, you may need to cut something or put it off a little longer until you have the time to devote to it. Everyone has things going on every day and having too many commitments can lead to unnecessary stress. So scheduling everything will help you see if all of your goals are really going to work out or if they will hurt more than help you.

4. Evaluate. Now that you have clearly defined goals, it’s time to analyze them. It’s time to see if you are making progress. If so, what is next? If not, why is there not progress? It is important to evaluate your goals because you need to be able to see if they are working out. Goals evolve and change overtime. You may decide you need to change something. You may decided you are no longer interested in certain goals. You may find that you reached some goals without even realizing it. Evaluation is important because it helps you mark your growth.

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4 comments on “How To Pursue Multiple Goals At Once

  1. I think it’s so important to always have a goal, no matter if it’s big or really small. I have a few things right now I’m trying to learn and improve with myself and my skills which I’m thinking of doing a series noting my progress!

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    1. That’s awesome! I look forward to reading that!

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  2. kittyp0p says:

    Yes! I’ve got small goals I try to achieve daily, some weekly, then I make a few bigger goals to achieve over the whole month and work at them all together (:

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