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Reaching Your Goals with Help from DealDash


Sometimes you just need a little help to reach your goals. Here are some tips from DealDash to get you started.

Let’s face it, achieving your goals can be hard. That’s why they are called “goals” and not “stuff you do every day”. You may have a personal goal such as running a 5K or getting a promotion, or you may have a team goal such as winning a trophy. Most goals are achievable through hard work and practice. Here are some tips from DealDash to keep you striving for your goals.

What is Your Goal

Before you can work on achieving your goal, you need to know exactly what it is. Really think about it, and jot down some notes. For example, I mentioned above that your goal might be to run a 5K. Is your goal to enter a race and complete the 5K, or is your goal to just become a better runner? Write down your thoughts on your goal, and come up with a solid answer.

Once you have come up with a solid goal, then it’s time to work on a plan to achieve it. Please note, that some goals are simply not possible, but you can put forth your best effort and improve yourself along the way.

Break it Up

After you’ve come up with your goal it’s time to come up with some steps to achieve your goal. You typically can’t go from zero to goal, you have to complete some steps along the way. Using the 5K example, you can’t go from never running to entering a 5K. You would have to start slowly, first by walking the distance, then by walking and running, then running the distance. This goal would typically take a few months to achieve if you worked very hard. Even if you didn’t ultimately achieve your goal you would still be improving your health with every step. So figure out the steps that are needed with your particular goal, and get to work.

Think Positively

From the moment you have decided what your goal is to the day of completion, it’s important to think positively. Thinking positively can put you in a better frame of mind and encourage yourself to complete your goal. Even when the going gets tough, it’s important to keep a good attitude and think positively.

Thanks for Reading

Thanks so much for reading this DealDash article on ideas and tips to reach your goals. Don’t forget to check back every day for new articles here are well as on our sister blog, DealDash Tips. If you have any requests for specific articles, please feel free to leave a comment below. I love to see your comments and answer your DealDash questions.

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dealdashThis sponsored blog post was written by Dawn E, a mother of 3 who loves DealDash. Dawn was compensated for writing this post. Read even more at DealDashBlog.comDealDashTips.com, or on her own blog, DawnBlogtopus.

DealDash Helps: Reach for Goals

I am personally working on meeting my personal goals more consistently, and I learned something recently that I would like to share with all of you.

Maybe I am just behind the curve, but I learned about something recently that has quite literally changed my life, and I thought that I would share it with you. If you are having trouble meeting your own goals, whether they are personal, professional, or somewhere in-between the S.M.A.R.T. system can help you.

S.M.A.R.T. stands for Specific, Measurable, Action-oriented, Realistic, Time-bound. Let’s go through the acronym and see what each part means.

S – Specific. You need to think about what your specific goal entails, and how you can go about accomplishing it. No matter if your goal is a personal one such as losing 20 pounds or a professional goal such as getting your sales up by 10%, be specific.

M – Measurable. You goal needs to be measurable, as in, not just “lose weight” or “increase sales.” How will you even realize if you are making progress towards your goal unless you have a specific and measurable goal?

A – Action-oriented. Even if you have thought of a well-defined goal it could prove difficult to achieve without a clear plan of action for you to follow. When you are thinking about your goal and making your plan, be sure that you include action-oriented steps as part of your goal achievement plan. That way you’ll know what you’re trying to accomplish and, more importantly, how you’ll get there.

R – Realistic. There are few things more discouraging than not being able to meet a goal. However, if you are setting the bar too high for yourself then you are setting yourself up for fail. For example, saying that your goal is to lose 50 pounds in 1 month isn’t realistic. If you set your goal to something more realistic such as 2 pounds per week you have a much greater chance of success.

T – Time-bound. Be sure that there is a firm time-limit to accomplish your goal. If you’re having trouble deciding how long to give yourself to accomplish your goal pick an end date. After you have set a firm deadline for yourself, work your way backwards to determine when you need to begin working towards your goal, and when milestones along the way must be met.

I hope that this article will help understand a better way to accomplish all of your goals, one at a time. If you’re in need of anything to help you accomplish your goals such as a laptop to make your plan, or a watch to keep you on track, DealDash is here for you! Just click on this link right here and it will take you to DealDash to browse the auctions. Good luck and happy bidding everyone!