Goals give you the ability to be self-directed and in control

BP1Setting goals, and reading them every morning and every night will help you stay on course. Committing your goals to memory helps even more as it harnesses the power of a part of your mind called the “frontal cortex.” Quite simply, the frontal cortex is a guidance system the directs your conscious and subconscious thoughts, patterns, and actions. Most people don’t intentionally program any specific target they want to strike, which leaves the power of this part of the mind untapped. Reading and memorizing your goals every day is like giving the frontal cortex the specific directions it needs to organize your thoughts and actions, and gives you the ability to be self-directed and in control. Also, when your mind is focused on achieving specific goals, you will notice reduced stress and increased clarity, satisfaction, and peace of mind. ~Bill Phillips

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