"What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals." ~ Zig Ziglar
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When hiking, it is very helpful to have a compass. One so you remain on the right path and two you are able to find your way when you have lost that path. That isn't to say that the path needs to be well followed. It could be the "road less traveled" as they say. It could be the tug that God is giving you to get you out of your comfort zone, stretch you and grow you in ways you never imagined.
No matter what you need the roadmap to make it happen. The goals are the starting point to the road map. Once your goals are in place, you can develop a plan to make those goals happen.
For example if your goal is to workout five days a week so that you gain 5 lbs of muscle. One you need the goal of working out 5 days a week - clearly defined. Then you develop the plan to make that happen. What days am I able to work out? Where am I working out? What time of day would work best for me to workout? How long am I committed to working out each session? All of these details need to be sorted out in order to make it happen.
Your daily habits feed into your weekly habits and your weekly habits feed into your monthly habits. Before you know it your life is in an upward trajectory or a downward trajectory, but it comes down to the seemingly insignificant choices you have made on a daily basis that then molds the years of your life.
Tracking the habits you want to create is critical to a positive trajectory of your life.