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We’ve talked a lot about breaking your goals down into smaller steps to make them easier to manage and avoid overwhelm. I truly think it’s one of the best strategies for staying on track and maintaining your motivation when striving to make changes in your life. Living your best life requires a plan and intention. Taking a ‘baby steps’ approach with consistent small actions and changes offers several benefits. Take a look:

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It’s Easier to Get Started

Finding the motivation to make significant changes is hard. Sometimes you don’t know where to start because it all seems so overwhelming. That’s when people will often decide just to throw in the towel. If you develop a plan to take small steps each day, your chances of success will increase. It will seem less intimidating to begin, and you’ll soon gain momentum that keeps you forging ahead. 

Small Steps Add Up

In addition to gaining momentum and motivation with each small step, you’ll also soon start to see your goals come into focus as you move along. Small and consistent steps add up and lead to significant results if you keep going. Before long, you’ll be able to see the light at the end of the tunnel and can start to check off more and more milestones. Be sure to celebrate each one to provide yourself even more incentive and motivation to keep going. 

It Gets Easier

Tackling a big goal is easier when you break it down. That’s not just because it decreases the feeling of overwhelm. Taking small actions frees up your brain to concentrate on the bigger picture and aids in planning. It also makes the process less stressful because you’re able to focus on one thing at a time, rather than being distracted by multi-task and accomplishing everything. 

Create Habits That Last

Consistently taking small steps helps you to overcome problems like procrastination and overwhelm. You gain confidence with each new task you accomplish. Soon, you’ll notice that adding new activities to the process becomes less complicated. That’s because you’re creating new neural pathways in your brain that make these new habits seem like second nature and will help them become long-lasting as you work toward creating your best life. 

These are just some of the many reasons you should rely on small, consistent steps to help you reach your goals. Living your best life is possible when you have a strategic plan. 

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