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I’m sharing these self reflections to help me and hopefully help you as well. If it resonates with you, then let this reflection remind you where you are and what you need to do.

Here we go: 

There is so much I want to achieve. I know I can achieve each goal if I break it into smaller milestones. These smaller goals are stepping stones on the path to completing the large one, and each step I take encourages me to move on to the next one.

I always look ahead to what I can achieve in five year increments. Then, I set smaller targets for each year.

Setting smaller goals with shorter timeframes prevents me from feeling overwhelmed. When I take 100 small steps instead of one big step, I feel myself progressing, because I know it is just one small step at a time.

When I make a savings commitment, I tie it to something I want to acquire later on. I am realistic with my goals. I set attainable savings targets for each month.

Self-acceptance is a work in progress and I work towards this goal on a regular basis. Each morning, I remind myself to focus on accepting one thing about myself.

Today, I am confident that I can achieve anything I set my mind to. Each day is a chance to move one step closer to my goal.

 

Self-Reflection Questions:

  1. What large goal is my greatest priority?
  2. How can I break it down into smaller, attainable goals with short timeframes?
  3. How can I make working toward my goals a regular part of my daily routine?

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I’m sharing these self reflections to help me and hopefully help you as well. If it resonates with you, then let this reflection remind you