Day 27 is all about reaching your goals faster.
I’m a big advocate of asking for help when you find yourself struggling. This is true with regard to personal issues, work challenges or relationship struggles. Trying to push through alone isn’t necessary and can make your life much more difficult than it needs to be. I know it can be hard to admit that you need some help, but doing so is often the best decision you’ll ever make. Enlisting the assistance of an expert is one way you can push through the obstacles on the way to achieving your dreams. I’d like to share with you how a mentor or coach can be helpful in reaching your goals faster.
Why Seek Assistance
There are some resolutions that are simply too challenging to face on our own. We may not have the expertise to obtain the results we hope to achieve without looking to others for advice or guidance. In addition, it may simply not be necessary to try to figure it all out on our own. If you have the resources to hire an expert, you can save yourself a ton of frustration and reach your destination faster. Another benefit of bringing in someone to help is that there are times we all need a cheerleader. You may be surprised to discover just how motivational it is to have someone in your corner who knows their stuff.
Types of Helpers
The type of expert you seek will obviously depend upon your specific goal, but I’d like to talk about a few of the more common ones to help you realize what’s out there. Weight loss coaches and personal trainers are great for those seeking to improve upon their health, fitness levels and figures. Perhaps a business coach is what you need if you are looking to launch a startup company. A general life coach is someone who can help you to tackle personal development issues or interpersonal difficulties. A psychotherapist or counselor might even be someone you can turn to if you feel your mental health is holding you back from reaching your potential.
Where to Find Them
If you’re completely unsure of what type of expert you need, ask around or do a quick internet search. Your friends may be able to point you in the right direction or you could come across articles online about the type of expert you need. These sources are also good when it comes to obtaining references or testimonials. You don’t want to find out later that you’ve wasted your time and money on a scam artist or someone who doesn’t really know their stuff. It’s a wise idea to look for certification, affiliation with industry associations or other signs that the person is professional.
Obtaining a coach, guide or mentor to help you along your journey isn’t a sign of weakness. It’s smart, actually, and will increase your chances of success. We all can use a little help sometimes.
Why Do We Make Resolutions – Day 1
The Importance of Setting Goals – Day 2
Value of a Support System – Day 3
Motivation is Key to Progress – Day 4
Measure Your Progress – Day 5
How to Make Resolutions Stick – Day 6
Are You Making Smart Goals – Day 7
How Habits and Routines Can Help You Stick to Your Resolutions – Day 8
Don’t Go It Alone – The Value of a Support System – Day 9
Motivation Is Key – Keeping Your “Why” Front and Center – Day 10
The Value of Measuring Your Progress Along the Way – Day 11
A Journal Can Be a Powerful Tool for Goals and Resolutions – Day 12
Success Tip – Don’t Try to Change Too Much at Once – Day 13
Kick Overwhelm to the Curb by Breaking It Down into Baby Steps – Day 14
Break It Down – From Resolution to Daily Task – Day 15
Stay Motivated by Looking at How Far You’ve Come – Day 16
Celebrate Milestones, Successes & Accomplishments – Day 17
The Power of Cheerleaders, Coaches, and Cohorts – Day 18
Get Back on That Horse When You Fall Off the Wagon – Day 19
Visualization Exercises Can Help You Reach Your Goals – Day 20
Resolutions Change Over Time and That’s Ok – Day 21
Go from Resolution to a Lifestyle Change – Day 22
Keep a Habit Tracker – Day 23
The Importance Of Your “Why” – Day 24
Tips For Dealing With Critics – Day 25
There’s Nothing Wrong With Bribing Yourself To Success – Day 26