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What's the Difference between shot and long-term goals?

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Michael Harris PhD

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Today @ 1pm (CST) on Healthy Mind & Body radio... We're going to be talking about short vs. long-term goals.

It’s a new year and as usual, most people are starting out the New Year with some New Goals.

We’re going to skip over the part where 78% of those people will have given up, failed or never gotten started within the first 3 months of the year and jump right into HOW TO ACCOMPLISH YOUR GOALS is you really, really want to… So let’s talk about short-term versus long-term goals because they are completely different.

A short-term goal is like making a cake. It might be worth mentioning that the ingredients go into the cake in a specific order for a reason 

For example if you put all the stuff together and leave out the eggs and put those in after you cook the cake you’re going to have a hot mess instead of a cake

And interestingly enough most people approach long-term and life-changing goals in this manner. Their goal(s) have a beginning, a middle and end and then they stop… because they haven’t factored in a long-term plan

Want to know more?... you'll have to listen to show :-)

If you'd like to call in - 818-668-5406

or email me a question - drm@drmichaleharris.com put "show question" in the subject line

I'll talk to you then,
M

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