We’re taught to think about what we want to accomplish is our goal. Then we’re supposed to make it specific, measurable, attainable, etc.
But what happens once we’ve done all that? For most people, not much.
That’s because goals aren’t achieved through the mere act of setting good ones. And goals aren’t achieved through sheer force of will.
HealthyLife has found that goal achievement only happens—reliably—when you do two things.
- First, you break down the thing you want to do (your goal) into specific skill areas (domains)
- Second, you build those skill areas (domains) through strategic daily actions (practices)
The formula looks like this:
Practice daily to build skills; build skills to achieve goals.
Check out this great little video below which highlights how repeated daily practices lead to lifetime habits.