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The Key to Staying Motivated and Committed to Your Goals

Setting goals is the epitome of positivity and hope. It means you are trying to make things better for yourself, which is something we should all be striving for in our lives!

When a new year approaches, it gives us an opportunity to use the new year as a transition into a new norm. We can use this time to set up our lives for success by setting goals and committing to them.

But how do you stay motivated and committed to your goals when life gets busy, and the day-to-day grind starts to feel like it’s pulling you in a million directions?

We all know how difficult it can be to stay motivated and committed to a goal. It’s easy to get distracted by other things or to just lose interest in what you’re doing. You don’t want to let yourself down or give up on yourself.

But it’s okay! You have a plan for success—you just need a little help making sure you follow through on it. So let’s get on to it.

Importance Of Goal Setting

Goal setting is a process that helps you create a plan for what you want to achieve. When you set goals, you’re creating a path for yourself that will lead you to success. You are deciding what you want and then making it happen. Goal setting helps us take control of our lives and permit ourselves to be happy and healthy.

Setting goals can be difficult because it requires us to look at ourselves honestly, which is not always easy or pleasant. However, goal setting is one of the most important things we can do as human beings because it helps us better understand ourselves and make positive changes in our lives.

Goals Give You Direction

If you want to accomplish something, it’s important to set goals.

Goals give you direction and help you stay focused. Without goals, it’s easy to get distracted and lose your way. Goals help you prioritize what’s most important in your life to achieve more of what matters most to you.

Let’s say you have a goal to lose weight. If you don’t have a specific number in mind, how do you know when it’s time to stop? Or maybe your goal is just to get healthier. How do you know when you’ve achieved that?

By setting concrete goals, you’ll be able to track your progress and celebrate when you reach them!

Goal Setting Helps You Identify What’s Important to You

Goals help us identify what’s important to us and give us a sense of direction. With everyday life pulling us in so many directions, it’s easy to get caught up in the race — and forget where we were headed. It is especially easy to put ourselves last as we care for everyone around us. Taking the time to set goals that are important to us personally will help serve as reminders to put ourselves on the list as we get busy.

Reaching Goals Helps You Reach More Goals

What surprises people who start setting goals is when things start to happen—because you’re focused on the results of that hard work, things start to pay off. And that creates the momentum for your next goal.

Athletes use this all the time: they often work towards continuously breaking their own personal records. They don’t stop until they’ve achieved what they set out to do!


You’re ready to set a goal, but you’re not sure where to start. That’s okay! We’ve got a tool for you.

The SMART tool is a great way to set yourself up for success. It helps you map out your future and find out what you need to do to get there. Here’s how it works:

Specific Goals

When you set a goal, be sure it’s specific. If you want to lose weight, don’t just say, “I want to lose weight.” Instead, try something like “I want to lose 10 lbs.” or “I want to eat healthier.”

Specific goals are more likely to get you where you want to go—and get you there faster. You’ll be amazed at how much better your results are when you’re clear about what you want.

Measurable Goals

When you’re working towards a goal, it’s important to be able to quantify how far you’ve come in your journey. You want to be able to see how much you’ve grown and how much further there is left to go. This means that goals should be measurable!

Measuring your progress allows you to celebrate small successes along the way. It also gives you an idea of what’s still left for you to do if things aren’t going as planned. It also helps you know when it’s time for a course correction or when something is not working out.

Achievable/Attainable Goals

Setting your goals too high is a recipe for failure. It’s important to set achievable goals that you can meet. This way, you’ll be more likely to stay motivated and committed to your new lifestyle.

For example, if your goal is to lose 50 pounds in one month, that’s not very realistic. Instead, you should set a goal of losing 5 pounds each month for the next three months. This gives you time to get used to the new lifestyle changes and feel good about yourself along the way.

Relevant Goals

Goal setting is an important part of a healthy mindset, and it’s definitely not a one-size-fits-all approach. The point is to set goals that are relevant to YOU—not someone else’s goals.

For example, if you’re thinking about going on a diet and you see all your friends posting pictures of their new diets online, don’t try to copy them! It might initially seem like a good idea because everyone else is doing it. But if it doesn’t feel right for you, then it won’t work. The point of setting goals is to create something that works for YOU.


Setting time-bound goals are the key to staying motivated and committed to your goals. Without a target date, you may get discouraged and give up.

It’s important to note that this doesn’t mean setting an unrealistic deadline for yourself, leaving you feeling defeated when it doesn’t happen. Instead, make sure your goal is something that can be achieved within a reasonable time frame.

For example, if your goal is to lose 30 pounds in six months or less, then you should make sure you have realistic daily or weekly weight loss goals. Setting realistic short-term goals is one of the best ways to stay motivated and ensure long-term success!

Forgive Yourself

After you use the SMART Tool and take the time to write it all out. There’s a secret weapon that can help you stay motivated and committed to your goals: self-forgiveness.

We are human, and no matter how much we try to be perfect, we all slip up at one point or another. It’s inevitable, so don’t beat yourself up about it. Just learn from your mistakes and move on.

What we are trying to get across here is that there is nothing wrong with setting a goal and then missing it by a little bit or by a lot as long as you keep trying. Eventually, you will get there!

It’s All Or Nothing

Staying motivated and committed to your goals is challenging, but it’s not impossible.

The key is self-forgiveness. You might have had the best intentions when you set out to work towards a new goal, but life happens, and sometimes it can be difficult to stay on track with your plan. But that’s okay.

Instead of beating yourself up for slipping off course, take a moment to reflect on what happened and figure out how you can adjust your approach or make it more realistic. If you’re constantly struggling with staying motivated, try adjusting your expectations or timeline for achieving your goals.

I hope this blog post has helped you to feel a little more empowered and motivated to make your life what you want it to be. If you want to work with us to help you become the game-changer in your, contact us now.

Hi! I’m Dr. E, The NP with a PHD. Several years ago, my wife was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and the only options given to us were heavy duty medications.

We KNEW there had to be a better way. After a long search, we discovered functional medicine.

With functional medicine we found alternative ways we were able to manage her disease and get her back to feeling like her old self.

We discovered that this way of life not only helps people with various issues, including autoimmune, chronic issues and “I-don’t-feel-good-itis.”

Functional medicine drastically changed our lives and using it I developed The KNEW Method to help others who are suffering or not feeling optimal.

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