Overcoming challenges goal setting is the final step to mapping out a plan for your project. What’s the next step you need to take?

When you complete the first step, what do you do next? What do you do after that? Coming up with a game plan is simple. All you do is list the steps you must take in order. You can tweak and improve your plan as you receive feedback on what is and isn’t working. The first draft of your plan, therefore, is a preliminary list of steps to your success.

For example, let’s say you’re battling a fear of heights. Your action plan might look something like this:

  1. Go to a high place.
  2. Take a step up.
  3. Take deep, slow breaths when you feel anxiety.
  4. Take another step up.
  5. Take deep breaths and remain calm.
  6. Take another step up.

This is your plan of action to start conquering your fear of heights. Once you have a plan in place, that plan will be your tour guide to the destination you’re seeking to reach.

A good plan is like a road map; it shows the

final destination and, usually, the best way to get there.

– H. Stanley Judd

Overcoming challenges goal setting is the best way to lay out a roadmap. Simply think about different strategies and write down ideas for possible tasks as fast as you can. You can always edit the list later. Whatever you decide to do, write your list quickly and then get started on the first task. Your task list and plan will evolve as you progress toward your goal, gather feedback on your progress, and learn from others.


Following through is the key that unlocks your success.

  • You’re strong enough to accomplish anything you want if you’re willing to follow through. As you go, notice what is working and celebrate those victories. Notice what’s not working and tweak your plan as you go, learning from your mistakes and seeking the advice of successful people you trust.
  • The hardest part of accomplishing any goal is getting started. The good news, though, is that once you’re moving in the right direction, you’ll be unstoppable if you choose to be. Challenges that seem insurmountable when you begin your journey will seem like stepping stones that propel you upward.

Troubles along the way simply serve as feedback.

  • They serve as markers that tell you that a course correction is required. See them for what they really are and allow them to help you on your journey.
  • Remember that the path to your destiny is far from straight. You’ll move to the left and to the right, but you’ll achieve what you seek when you keep moving forward.

You have far more ability and creativity inside of you than you think. Even when you lack these things, someone else who has already succeeded can show you the steps and strategies you need. Your success awaits, and it’s worth every effort.

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Published by Geraldine

As a qualified Counsellor and Coach, I work with adults to help remove negative emotions in personal relationships, social-friendships, work relationships and family relationships. I help you take control of your negative emotions by building your confidence, improve your well-being and regain trust in self and others. I do this by removing anger, self-doubt and regret. Breaking through barriers and challenging negative emotions and thoughts of betrayal, fear, hurt and loss, and help you to be empowered and refocused for the future.

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