“If there is no struggle, there is no progress” this inspirational quote by Frederick Douglass has continued to inspire individuals for years. People will naturally tend to doubt their capabilities and give up on their goals; rather than to carry on attempting to achieve them. Continuing to pursue goals, no matter the struggle, cannot be achieved until you conquer the struggle. A goal that is attainable with no strain is much less rewarding. The only obstacle in the way of a goal is the determination within a person to make it through the struggle.
In order to achieve a goal, you must first set a goal. When setting goals, it is important to analyze what area or areas of your life that need improvement. The goal you set could be as big as financial security or as small as completing a book you never started reading. Your goals should support your personal needs and interests. Growing up as a kid who struggled with obesity, I realized that I needed to make a change. Through my fitness experience I learned to set greater goals as old ones were met.
The next step in achieving a goal is making a plan that puts you in the right direction. Producing steps that put you closer to your goal is the best place to start. The steps in your plan should include realistic and measurable...