Charles Benayon

Founder & CEO of Aspiria

3 Tips to Achieving Your Unfinished Goals for 2015

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Picture for Aspiria blog Sept 22The world’s focus is set on the global refugee crisis as tens of thousands of displaced refugees and migrants make their way across Europe. It is a stressful situation for both the thousands of displaced people, as well as for the residents of the countries taking them in.  With so much attention focused overseas, it can be easy to lose focus of our own goals at home.

Goals allow us to point our lives in the direction we want to. They can bring us a strong sense of accomplishment, and thus satisfaction and happiness that is much needed in stressful times.

With a little less then four months left in 2015 how can we accomplish the goals we set forth in the beginning of the year?

I’ve outlined below a few tips to help you accomplish your goals for the remaining year.

  1. Refocus

It can often be easy to lose track of the goals we set in the beginning of the year as after the pressures of work, life, and relationships, we forget why we set out those goals in the first place. Review your list and ask yourself why it’s important for you to complete these goals by the end of 2015.

  1. Re-prioritize

Ask yourself how realistic is it for you to accomplish these goals by the end of the year? If timing is not essential, then re-prioritize so you have time to accomplish the ones that are most relevant to you, and reflect where you are in your life today. The fact is that you had more time at the beginning of the year, than you have now, closer to the end of the year, so being realistic is key to accomplishing the goals you really can attain in 4 months.

  1. Break it into bite-sized chunks

So often in our excitement we try to tackle something all at once. Sometimes in our quest to be productive, we try to do too much all at once, but instead accomplish so little. Perhaps the reason some of your goals are left unaccomplished is because they were not realistic. You are better off doing small things more often, rather than big things less often. Try breaking down your goal into smaller bite sizes that are more realistically accomplishable.

Of the many clients I have counselled in my 25+ year career, I have never met a single individual who accomplished all of the goals they set out for in a year – so give yourself some slack and remember the “goal of goal-setting” is to be better, grow, and move your life in the direction you want.

Have you accomplished all of your goals for 2015? If not, how do you plan on realizing your goals?

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