We all know that no one is perfect. I would like to share with you some of my own imperfections. First of all, I’d like to point out that one thing I tend to do is quit on something instead of finishing it. This is something that I am really trying to work on. For example, several months ago I took the drivers written test three times and I failed each time. Since then I have not taken the test again. I tried to justify it by saying, “Oh, I don’t really want a driver’s license anyway” but in reality I was trying to justify my quitting on myself.
I really need to focus on getting “back on track” and finish the things I started. Besides the fact that I struggle with completing things, it’s also important to be able to stick with the things that I start. I want to accomplish my goals without getting side tracked and I know exactly what I have to do. I need to have precision focus on my goals. Visualize what you want in a clear, concise manner and let it happen.
Graduating high school was a significant accomplishment for me. It helped me realize that I can follow thru and finish projects and goals. Writing my blogs is another of the ways I’m trying to improve this quitting problem that I have. I want to focus on continuing to write, to help people realize that they have potential, also. I have been writing since March and it’s been such a blessing to see the people who read my blogs and how they are affected by it. My goal is to eventually publish my blogs into a self-help book.
Although no one is perfect, it doesn’t mean that I won’t aim high with my goals and aspirations. I know what I have to do – stay focused.