27 November 2011, by A. Cedilla
How do you chase a moving target?
You don’t lose sight of it. Period. You do whatever it takes, scramble, hustle, hot-foot it, but you keep your eye on the prize. If you lose visual, don’t panic. Be still. Keep your eyes peeled for movement. Anticipate the easiest, fastest, sneakiest ways the target will try to use to escape. Be ready to move.
How do you chase a moving goal?
Keep it in front of you as much as you can. Make a regular reminder for yourself with it if you want to make it a habit that will last — by regular I mean daily and by reminder I mean actionable items. If it’s a big goal, break it down into bite-sized pieces and remind yourself to deal with those pieces everyday.
- Big goal broken down into small chunks over time = success
- Small goal broken up into smaller chunks over time = big success
The goal is something you want to happen. Maybe it has to happen for something you want more to become a reality. Or maybe you want it out off the way so you can move on to better things. Whatever your reasons, hitting the goal lets you do what you want to do after it.
The goal is a target. A target is something to aim for. Or to follow, like a game animal, but in a weird theoretical way where instead of following the tracks, you connect the dots that lead to completing the goal. Continue reading Achieving Goals = Chasing A Moving Target