Barriers to Your Goals
OK so you have sat down and figured out all your goals and your plan for getting there. You know what you want
and how you want to get there, so why in the heck are you stuck in the same position?
And the answer is simple, 9 times out of 10 you are the problem. You are doing something that is creating a
barrier to reaching your goals.
The biggest barrier we put up is a lack of self-confidence. People sometimes don’t think anyone notices, but if
you are not confident in who you are and what you are doing people sense that and either don’t trust you to do the
job, or don’t want to hang around you.
You have to show people, by trusting yourself, that not only can you do the job, you do the job really well. If
you carry yourself as if you know what you are doing, people tend to believe that you know what you are doing. And
by being confident doors will open for you, people will want to be around you and it will help you get one step
closer to your goals.
The next biggest barrier is lack of sleep. And it is also the easiest one to fix, yet people seem to overlook it
or just don’t want to give up that late night show. Lack of sleep, even just an hour, can throw your whole day off
and if you do that more than one night in a row, you just compound your problems.
There have been studies that prove lack of sleep is worse than driving under the influence. You are just not on
your best game. And in order to have a chance at reaching your goals you need to get between 7-9 hours of
Another possible barrier is your education. Depending on what your goals entail, you may need more schooling,
training or experience to get where you want to go.
Yet another barrier can be you are reaching way too high. Goals are great to have but they have to be
obtainable. If you want to go see Ireland, but are only saving $10.00 you are going to be saving for a very long
time, and it will be very difficult to stay motivated, thus quitting and not reaching your goal.
So it is important to create some smaller short term goals, so that you can feel like you are accomplishing
something give you more motivation to keep working for the
longer term ones.
Occasionally barriers appear with which you have no control over and in that case you are going to have to make
some slight adjustments to yours goals to reach them.
So let’s review, as I mentioned at the beginning, 9 times out of 10 you are your own worst enemy. If you are not
obtaining your goals, you need to take a look at what you are doing day to day and decide if maybe you are the one
putting barriers in front of you, keeping you from your goals.
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