Better self-esteem: Make your goals achievable by visualizing them (1 minute read)
This post “Better self-esteem: Make your goals achievable by visualizing them” continues with how you can increase your self-esteem by achieving your goals.
Better self-esteem: Make your goals achievable by visualizing them
The 5 important characteristics of the SMART model help you identify and achieve motivating goals:
Last posts were about how you can use the SMART-model to improve your life.
This can be done by specifying your problems, related specific problematic situations, related symptoms and consequences.
Thereafter, it is important to identify how to measure your goals and subgoals to stay motivated.
You make your goals ACHIEVABLE by identifying realistic and healthy goals. This often includes changing, increasing and decreasing various behaviours.
Inspire yourself by considering for each of your problems how your life will be and feel afterwards when the problem is solved, has disappeared or is being handled in another way. Try to visualize yourself in your mind. What are you then doing differently?
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