• Melanie Koerperich

Focusing on the Right Work to Achieve Your Goals

At some point, we’ve all struggled with reaching a goal. It’s also likely that during that struggle that we lost focus, got frustrated, and possibly even gave up on something that we really wanted to achieve. Odds are that it wasn’t that we weren’t capable or that our goal was not achievable. It’s more likely that our approach wasn’t the right design for the success that we wanted. We can put a lot of time, hard work, and focus on achieving even the simplest of goals but if we aren’t focusing on the right things we may just be chasing our tails.

It’s important that you don’t wear yourself out focusing all your energy on the wrong things that won’t net you the success that you are looking for. Focusing on tasks, improvements, and achievements that will get you closer to your goal is key. So, how do you know if you are focusing on the right work to achieve your goals?

Be Detailed

Knowing your goal is simply not enough. Sometimes just working hard and waiting for the reward leaves you empty handed. There is a strategy that needs to be involved in order to not only get there but in some cases get there faster and smarter. Lay out a plan with clear steps. Know what you should achieve or expect with each step completed and what possible pitfalls could be in store. The more thought out your plan is and the more prepared you are the more likely you will be to reach your intended goal. Invest time in your plan, the steps that you will take, and know what to expect. This is also important in the case of unexpected changes, obstacles, or other issues that may put you off track or cause you to rethink your plan.

Assess Your Progress

Today’s great plan may be next week’s failure. It’s important to reassess your progress often so that you know if you are making steady progress towards your goal. Just like a plateau with a workout, you may see a plateau in your progress if you aren’t investing the time needed to keep it as effective as possible. You may also learn things through trial and error that can help you make more progress or reach your goal faster. Don’t be afraid to make changes after you’ve assessed and don’t stop evaluating your progress.

Eliminate Counterproductive Tasks

While examining your progress it’s just as important to take note of what isn’t working as it is to take note of what is working. You may find that habits, approaches, or tools that you are using are counterproductive to your success. You shouldn’t have to work harder to overcome those setbacks, instead eliminate them when possible from your routine and strategy. Self-reflect on what qualities that you bring to the table and determine if there are any ways that you can improve yourself to improve your work such as beating procrastination or becoming more timely.

Be Positive

The most important thing you should focus on is having a positive mindset. Stay positive and always believe that you will reach your goals. If you get defeated and stop believing in yourself you are more likely to second-guess, lose momentum, or give up altogether. Focus your thoughts on when not if you succeed. Give yourself room for error and remind yourself that learning is part of the process. A positive mindset will be a valuable asset in reaching your goals.

If you need help reaching some goals, reach out to us today at www.milrichassociates.com to see how we can help!

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