Have you ever noticed that winners and losers have the same aim to achieve the goals, but at last only one person ends up with the trophy!
We only concentrate on the person who ends up winning and mistakenly assumes that ambitious goals led to their success while overlooking all of the people who had the same objective but didn’t succeed.
Every Olympian player wants to win the gold medal. Every candidate wants to get jobs. Every dreamer wants to achieve his /her dreams.
Even if we are successful or may not be able to be successful but the people share the same goals, then the goals cannot differentiate who’s the winner and who’s the loser.
So the James Clear says,
“Achieving a goal only changes your life for the moment. That’s the counterintuitive thing about improvement. We think we need to change our result, but the result is not the problem. What we really need to change are the systems that cause those results. When you solve problems at the results level, you only solve them temporarily. To improve for good, you need to solve problems at the systems level.”
The goals had always been there. It was only when they implemented a system of continuous small improvements that they achieve a different outcome.
You need to make it your priority to find ways to not only get lost in the process of doing but also, to make your goal the improvement of these rituals.
What will fundamentally determine our level of success is the way we approach the systems to get there. It’s working smarter, not harder.
So, think about your goals and their priorities and try to achieve those goals in mind that I will be the winner and even then, you didn’t win you would always remember that you gave your best to win.
So, what path you will choose to achieve those goals and become the winner?
What are your goals? Comment below and let us know.