Personally, I would love to be a professional snowboarder that traveled all over the world riding some of the biggest mountains, best snow, and get all the free swag that comes with it...
But... unfortunately that isn't Realistic.
To set a Realistic goal it must represent an objective towards which you are both willing and capable of achieving.
Now, we're not talking about EASY, rather do-able.
To achieve a Realistic
goal, it must be challenging, however, you should be able to accomplish it.
An example of a Realistic
Fitness Goal would be losing 1 pound per week, until you reach your ultimate goal of 50 pounds.
If you calculate that correctly, you should be able to Realistically
surpass this goal in about 1 year.
When you are setting these Realistic
goal, again, create a plan on how you're going to do it. This will give you an idea on how realistic it can actually be.
For instance, going back to fitness, your goal can be to join a Personal Training Fitness Studio
, and workout at the gym, or at home 3 days a week.
In addition, you would need to accompany the fitness portion of your training with a good, healthy, and balanced diet in order to lose 1 pound per week.
Remember, if the goal is just too difficult, because you may get overly ambitious, re-evaluate your goals... and than get back on track. Don't give up so easily. Goals are meant to push you, but not set you back.
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