“It’s doing the small goals everyday, that leads you to achieving your big goals.”
The process plays out like this,”You focus on completing your small goals daily and then over time, you will eventually reach your big goals”.
Some people call these sub-goals, doesn’t matter what you want to call them, just make sure they get done, before you finish your day.
With tennis players, it could be, make sure I hit 500 reps on a certain stroke or spend an extra 30 minutes working on my second serve after practice.
I see players adjusting their goals, when they know they aren’t going to reach them, which is the wrong mindset, because when you do this, you weaken your “willpower”.
What they should do it write down their small goals the night before and then after they finish their day, check off what they got done for that day.
If they didn’t get everything done, no problem, make sure it gets done the next day.
By doing this, you will be able to get into the flow with your day better and feel more in control of it.
Again, the process is simple, “Focus on getting your small goals done daily and let the process work for you!”
Question, what are your small goals for today?
And are they written down?