Your goals are achievable - they have to mean something.. Setting goals - great for progress, great for your mindset, great for wellbeing, Great for getting sh!t done. The goal - I'm training for a 300 mile bike ride in memory of a friend and Fire Service crew member in September. Steve died of Glioblastoma - an aggressive brain tumour. The ride will raise money for the Fire Fighters Charity and a cancer charity. Sunday morning I went out with an ex crew member Andy Ruscoe-Icke - it was a tough ride - the weather was naff, I was soaked to the bone. Honestly I had to dig deep. I will continue to dig deep. The end goal and more importantly the significance of the ride - raising money in the name of a friend who significantly impacted my life. The goal is huge to me personally. I have to do the ride, raise money and have some fun while I do it - Steve was the king of banter, always laughing, always positive, always fun to be around. The goal means a lot to me and I know what training I need to put in to complete, and more importantly enjoy the ride. I'll find the time, I'll get the training done. If you are a goal setter and a go getter. Reflect on the significance and meaning of the goal that you are setting. Why are you doing it? How important is this to you? It will help you with motivation to complete the actions that are needed to work towards your goal. If your goal has no meaning to you, change it. Strive for something that is important to you - you're much more likely to achieve it. ๐Ÿ—“๏ธ I post well-being tips every week Chris - Your Results Coach

Posted by ThisisChrisHowe at 2024-07-10 07:10:54 UTC