A goal is a thought with commitment to make it real. Life is a dream to fulfill, full of twists and turns… Everybody has a dream, aspiration, ambition and a goal to achieve in one’s lifetime. A compelling goal is something that has a deeper meaning to you. It is the kind of goal that excites you, that lets you grow and the achievement is fulfilling and rewarding. When you establish Life Goals, they keep your mind focused upon where you are going (who you are becoming). Once you firmly know where you are going in your life, then you can choose the road which will get you there. Make good choices. Pick good Life Goals! Here is a list of some good Life Goals.
1. Grumaduate ng college
First on the list? To graduate college. Set that goal firmly in your mind the first day you walk into a college classroom, and you’ll make other good decisions. You’ll get great grades, and you’ll equip yourself with the intelligence and knowledge you need to succeed in life. It is upon that single goal that all the others stand.
2. Makahanap ng maayos na trabaho
After graduating from college, you need to find a job. A decent job. To find the job that is right for you, you must set goals. A goal is a purpose you set for yourself. It is what you hope for in the future. You have to identify the skills that you need to get the job you want. Then you need to design a program to help you reach the level of improvement you set for yourself.
3. Masuklian ang lahat ng paghihirap at pagsasakripisyo ng aking mga magulang
Be aware of, and appreciate all the things that your parents do for you from day to day, month to month, year to year. Notice the amount of time they dedicate to being with you, and the joy they express when spending family time with you. Now that you have income, spoil them the way they spoiled you. Bring them small gifts like flowers, chocolates or a book you think they might enjoy. Give them big gifts on their birthdays and important holidays. Everyday, take the opportunity to tell your parents you love them.
4. Makaipon ng maraming pera
What do you want to save for? If you name your goal you’ll reach it faster. If you’re new to saving, try starting with a small goal. Even if you’re just saving for a rainy day, you’re more likely to succeed if you have a goal amount in mind. Pay yourself first. The easiest way to save money rather than spending it is to make sure that that you never get a chance to spend the money in the first place.
5. Libutin ang buong mundo kasama ang pamilya o kaya ang barkada
Why travel? Because you can. Travel the world with your family or friends. We only live once, so make the best of it. The people who achieve things are the people crazy enough to believe they can.
6. Makatulong sa mga kapos-palad
Volunteer and help the less fortunate. Not to be filthy oozing in money, but to be stable in life where you can give back and give back pay your rent to the world. Give until you can’t give anymore. The day you stop giving is the day you stop living. The longer you give the longer you live.
7. Makapag-asawa (If it’s God’s plan)
Finding a mate isn’t luck. It’s about setting a goal and reaching it. Don’t get married because there’s a child on the way or because it makes sense financially or because all of your friends are wifed up and you’re the last man standing — it sounds stupid and obvious, but people hastily marry for the wrong reasons ALL. THE. TIME. Set a goal. Marry in the right time.