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5 Steps to Setting Realistic, Attainable Goals and Crushing Them

How easy is it to set goals and then totally forget about them! Check out this guest blog post from Daily New Year's Blogger, Austin for 5 steps to creating those realistic, attainable goals!

Hey Readers! I want to introduce to you, Austin, the blogger at the Daily New Year! I was super excited when he was up for doing a guest post for my website! Check out his tips for setting goals and totally crushing them! If you are also interested in working with me, check out my page about working with me!    I’m what I like to call a “goal getter.” I love setting goals, tracking my progress, achieving new things in life, and I love seeing others do the same. That’s why I’m so impressed with what Elyse is doing with The Savvy Sagittarius blog and her #debtfreeat23 campaign. It’s incredible to see her progress week after week and month after month. She has total focus and discipline. Goal setting is a passion of mine, and it’s one I want to share with the world. If you’re reading this post, maybe you’re new to setting goals, or you’ve never set a goal before. Or perhaps you feel a sense of disdain for goal setting due to a setback or failure you experienced earlier in your life. That’s okay! I’ve met and talked to people at a variety of different stages in their personal development journey. If you’re still with me, I hope it’s because you want to set some goals of your own, and that’s awesome! I want to help you crush them! Are you ready? Here we go!   1. Write Down Your Goals and WHY You Want to Achieve Them. I don’t want to bore you with stats, but writing your goals down makes you 42% more likely to achieve them. When I first sat down to write out my goals, I tried to think about my life in the long term. That’s what Elyse is doing on her About page:    “After everything is paid off, I plan on buying a house and raising a few goats and a few puppies. I can’t wait to live a life full of adventure after I have no payments.” Before she set out to be debt free on January 1st, 2017,…

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