We all have a limited number of days to achieve the things we want in our lives Because of that, I believe in making every minute count.I try to research the most important aspects of my life (personal productivity, health, personal relationships, mental health and happiness) and share that with you through my website.Read more about Sid here One surprising statistic I discovered while researching how often people stick to their goals, is 92% of people fail to keep their resolutions every year. “For a long time it seemed to me that real life was about to begin, but there was always some obstacle in the way.
However, I want to challenge you to think very hard about whether you really are "temporarily" putting some of those things on hold - or if these current obligations, these current "distractions" are actually becoming your life...because I have been there in my life myself.eople say their long term goal is to be a writer, or to run a marathon, or to visit all 7 continents.But let me ask you this: how do you differentiate between a goal and a daydream?To me, it comes down to one thing: are you consistently taking action towards it, or not.A long term goal is something you are working on today, and you know it will take you a while to get there.“Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. [H]ave the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
They somehow already know what you truly want to become.
Everything else is secondary.” - rain the elephant while he is young, for he will never forget.
At least, that's how this story goes that I heard in India.
When an elephant is very young and small, their trainer ties them to a tree with a thick rope.
The baby elephant struggles and struggles - but is not strong enough.
Soon the elephant learns that his strength is no match for the rope.