As you work toward your goals, you may sense the need to slow down and relax so you can make adjustments. Maybe you are thinking about refining your goals or reconsidering earlier decisions to determine whether they still have merit. Taking time to regroup and evaluate your long-term goals could give you a renewed sense of purpose.
By evaluating what you need to achieve and the steps you need to take to execute your plan, you can determine whether you are still on track or if adjustments need to be made. If you discover that your long-term goals have changed, then spend time to develop a new strategy.
By frequently evaluating the progress you make toward your goals, you can refine a stronger focus so you achieve your objectives in less time. Just as you change and grow throughout the course of your life, so do your goals. Instead of continuing to work toward objectives that no longer suit you, it is important to take time to regroup and evaluate whether your current goals are still viable. If your goals have not changed, you might realize that you are engaging in activities or strategies that are not serving you and are impeding your success. If this is the case, you can then make changes that will get you back on track so that you achieve your objectives as efficiently and quickly as possible. By slowing down and taking time to evaluate your plans periodically, you can accomplish your goals with the least amount of frustration and distraction.
Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD, Life Coach, Hypnotherapist, Author, “101 Great Ways To Improve Your Life. " Dr. Dorothy has the unique gift of connecting people with a broad range of profound principles that resonate in the deepest part of their being. She brings awareness to concepts not typically obvious to one's daily thoughts and feelings. http://www.drdorothy.net