If you want to achieve your goals, don’t focus on them
A talk by Reggie Rivers where he shows us that if we focus too heavily on our goals we will never obtain them, so we should focus on behaviours which are in our control.
This is because goals have other people included in them to make them happen, but behaviours are solely down to you. Once you realise this you begin to plan out and figure ways to achieve what you need more effectively.
When we are goal orientated we can become obsessed with achieving it to the point we never really work on it in the correct manner. So take control of those things that will lead to this objective, break them down and tackle them one at a time to eventually get to the point you desired.
He states that we all should break goals down into what can you this day, the day after and the week coming to achieve it. This will help you think on behaviours over a short period where we can keep focus easier on achievement.
Video by TEDx Talks