Marilag Lubag's Blog

Target | March 29, 2016

Having a goal is essential in figuring out what you want whether in life or in your work of art. If you know what your priorities are, it would help you decide what is important and what it is not. It helps you save your energy to figure out what needs to be done and what you can put off doing.

For example, if your goal is to become a crochet designer or a crochet artisan, it would help you choose crochet magazines and books instead of buying books about writing. Having a goal helps you figure out the things you need to do first. If you don’t know your goal (and therefore your priorities), it would be easy to go with the wind and find yourself not able to accomplish anything.

Goals are necessary since they help us have priorities. When we know our goals and our priorities, we can make choices easily. Sometimes, it’s the things that are not essential that are stopping us from doing the things that are. If we know what our goals, then we cut out the inessential and choose only the things that are necessary.

What are your goals? A bigger goal helps us create smaller goals. This should help us get our everyday choices. If we don’t know our goals and the steps necessary to take them, we won’t accomplish anything to get to our bigger goal.

Have you figure out your goal? It’s okay to have one goal and later on, figure out if you actually like where you’re heading. If you don’t like where you’re heading, then it’s time to reexamine your goal and make necessary changes to get to the goal that you want to accomplish. Sometimes, we would start with one thing and make things that are completely different from what we started.

Goals are necessary. However, we need to determine whether we want that goal or we want something else. Before we change our goals, we need to examine things more fully—don’t just pick a goal based on feelings. Is this what we really want? Why do we want it? It’s often the why that would help us what our goals are.

What are your goals? Why did you choose them?

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