Stretch with Your Goals
Envision a life of action. Visualize knocking down walls and forging ahead. Inaction and uncertainty no longer have the power to control you. You’re determined to make a way. You’re ready to pave your own path.
How do you visualize life changing?
Do goals feel like a stretch or are you ready to stretch with your goals? Either way, it’s that stretch that leads to growth. Growth prompts action. Action leads to change.
It sounds simple. Nothing happens without action. The answer is clear. But the question remains as to how to make it happen.
Perhaps you’ve asked yourself that question many times. Even so, there’s no right or wrong answer. No size fits all. Goals are different for every one of us. Greatness is within. The objective is to bring that greatness forward.
As you focus on strengths, you’ll also discover areas for growth. Discoveries will be made. Answers will come along the way. You’ll learn what motivates and inspires you. It’s equally important to understand what’s standing in the way. The goal is forward progress.
Commitments will be made. Milestones will be set. Accountability structures will be established. The overall goal is action and sustainable results. Clarity and focus make it easier to move forward. Every step you take takes you one step closer to the goal.
Goals and dreams, the pursuit can seem endless. Willpower gets you going. Purpose gives you the will to keep going. Purposeful Action gets you where you’re going.
Yes, goals may feel like a stretch. Challenges may prompt you to step outside your comfort zone. Rest assured, you don’t have to do everything at once. Growth is gradual. The goal is to sustain growth. Growth prompts action. Action leads to change.
Growth will stretch you. Grow with your goals. Learn as you grow. Step into your potential.
If ready to stretch with your goals, let’s talk.
Julie Barbera, author of the forthcoming book, Cracked Mirror, Clear Reflection
“Treasures Are Right Before Our Eyes, yet Many Miss Gems Searching for Pearls at the Bottom of the Sea.”