Write your goals in present tense.

Write your goals in present tense.

Often times, we write goals in future tense to reflect what we will achieve in the future. For example, "I will save $1000 this month." Writing your goals in present tense tricks the mind to think you're in the works of achieving the, today. For example, "Save $1000 this month." This method may help to increase discipline and motivation to achieve your goals.

-inspired by Brian Taylor

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