The ONLY 3 Things You Need to Achieve Your Mental Health Goals in 2014
In the last few posts, we’ve been talking about goal setting and how mental health goals can make a huge difference to how we feel, behave and act. However, just making goals is not enough. What we need is to act on them and achieve them.
It is the realization of goals that gives you the confidence and the courage to dream bigger, try harder and go further.
So, let’s help you put together a goal achievement kit so that once you know what your mental health, financial, professional or personal goals are, you can start using these key tools to achieving results.
The Maximum Impact Goal Achievement Toolkit
1. Accountability Partner
Yes, you need an accountability partner or group to hold you accountable to what you commit to achieve. You may choose to be your own accountability partner but having a third-party accountability partner means that excuses don’t work and you are motivated to make things happen.
2. A Goal Review System
Every successful goal achiever will tell you that they went back to the drawing board to review their progress or whether or not their goals still made sense to them.
Commit to reviewing your goals at regular intervals. Yes, that means, that your goals need to get out of your head and onto paper.
Writing them down and keeping them handy will ensure that you can review them at a moment’s notice and not have to think hard to remember them.
3. Mindset Apps or Books
Our mindset apps can be powerful tools in helping you achieve your goals by teaching you NLP techniques, understanding your Enneagram type and most importantly, empowering you to focus on personal development and Changing Your Mindset.
Mindset books, too, are a great way to develop the right mindset to make achieving those goals possible and a positive learning experience. For instance, learning about and applying growth mindset principles can help you approach new experiences with enthusiasm instead of resentment or fear.
3 things. Simple, easy and effective.
- Know what your mental health goals are and set up a way to stay accountable to them,
- review them regularly and
- use Mental Health Resources, like apps or books to help you learn techniques that enable goal achievement.