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8 tips to stay focused on your goals

Every Fit Girl has goals that she wants to achieve. Not only in the fit, healthy and work-out department, but also throughout life. I like to work towards goals, only sometimes life challenges me and I loose focus. These 8 tips to stay focused on your goals come in handy when you are loosing track of them, like me sometimes 😉

Surfing on the internet, I came across an article of Celestine Chua. Celestine Chua is a life coach and founder of Personal Excellence, where she shares her best advice on how to achieve personal excellence and live your best life. Awesome right? Well I guess we can always use some inspiration and motivation in that department so bring it on! 😀

TIP NR. 1 – Concentrate on 1 – 3 goals
This makes sense. I don’t know about you, but sometimes I become a master of setting goals in all different departments. Like in my work, study, fit journey, the healthy department, improving my workout skills and don’t get me started on the challenges I like to take on. Sounds familiar? YEAH! 😉 So I guess this tip is good to try out. Celestine Chua advises to pick 1 – 3 goals that are most important to you, and stick to them, before you set new goals. Unless priorities shift and these goals no longer reflect what you want in life. GOOD POINT!

TIP NR. 2 – Create a vision board
So okay. We get creative! I like that! A vision board is a collage of pictures and images that represent your goals and dreams. According to Celestine Chua, creating a vision board helps you to visualize your end goals more clearly, which inevitably inspires you to take consistent action. Also think of it as a reminder. You can go old-school and get a board, pile of magazines and scissors or use your social media. Like a lot of girls are doings nowadays. You might end up inspiring others which is a great motivator to achieve your goals, since the “world”  is watching you 😉 no pressure! haha 😀

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  1. Charly

    awesome article stephanie … and so great to hear that it’s ok to say no once in a while! i am back on track after a long injury, but i feel it’s super hard for me to set up a plan and follow it!! you girls are a great motivation and inspiration!! keep going!!

    • Stephanie

      Thank you Charly! <3 Hope it will be of any help for you. Saying NO is one of the hardtest things to do. I also still struggle in this department. But I keep trying. Good to hear that you are back on track after a long injury. I myself have had an injury of four months 1,5 year ago. My advice would be to take time. It seems impossible but if you give yourself time the rest will follow! Good luck and take care! XXX