Better self-esteem: Important questions to evaluate your goals (1 minute read)
This post Better self-esteem: Important questions to evaluate your goals is about reassessing your goals.
Last posts have been about how to improve the chances of reaching your goals, more specifically, the importance of:
-rewarding also partial achievements
-having patience and a realistic time-line, since change takes time to achieve on a deeper level
-avoid trying to make large changes in life when stressed, but instead make the source of stress the main target.
Better self-esteem: Important questions to evaluate your goals
At the same time, stress or difficult life events should not be used as an excuse for not taking steps to steer life in the desired direction, to make the necessary changes to feel better.
Here are some suggestions on important questions you can ask yourself to aid you in this process:
Are my goals and planned changes kind towards myself, how?
Would a close friend ask the same of themselves if they had the same goals?
What would I give as advice to my friend?
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