How To Achieve Your Goals Faster To Have The Life You Want

Reach your goals faster

What if I told you there was a way to achieve your goals faster – hurling you toward the life you desire at lightning speeds? There are strategies that can help you do this and I’m going to share them with you because I want you to achieve your goals. It’s not enough to work hard, you have to work smart also. By utilizing the tips I’m about to share with you. you’ll be able to fast forward your success and begin to experience the rewards sooner.

In order for these tips to work, you must be fully committed. (Although if you’re reading this, I can tell that you are.) Keep in mind, these things will only speed up your progress if you apply them day after day. But first, I want you to envision what life will be like once you reach your goals.

Imagine how you will feel once you’ve achieved each thing on your list, one by one. How will your life be changed? How will the world be changed by it? The greatest thing is it’s going to happen to you. You can achieve absolutely anything as long as you don’t give up.

Are you ready to kick your progress into super gear? Let’s get to it!

Analyze Your Schedule

What does your schedule currently look like? Are there any areas you can cut back on? Maybe you’ve never taken the time to write or even look at your schedule. If you’re serious about reaching your goals, it’s super important that you do this.

Write down a schedule of what your average day looks like. Go ahead, I’ll wait. Don’t forget anything, including the time you spend watching tv and on Facebook. I’ll be right here when you get done. Read more

Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Suffering From Depression

Suffering from depression

Are you depressed? I sure hope not! Depression causes a wave of negative emotions to capture our mind and body into a deadly state. Before we get into how depression affected me, let’s take a look at some alarming statistics:

  • 300 million people around the world have depression. [1]
  • 16.2 million adults in the United States (6.7 percent of all adults in the country) have experienced a major depressive episode in the past year. [1]
  • It’s estimated that 15 percent of the adult population will experience depression at some point in their lifetime. [1]

Why do we care if someone is suffering from depression? Because very often, depression does not end there. It can very much evolve into suicide. Take a look.

  • 44,000 Americans die by suicide each year. [1]
  • 8 out of 10 people considering suicide give some signs of their intentions. [1]
  • Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. [1]

We are responsible for the earth and all its inhabitants. If we don’t take care of each other, who will? People shouldn’t be divided. We should all recognize one another as the family we are and should strive to make the world we live in a more enjoyable one for the sake of the human race.

Anyhoo, depression hit me hard around the age of 14. I went through all the motions and even attempted suicide. Read more