Overcoming disappointments is not easy, it requires lots of self-realization, the ability to accept the fact that you’ve not achieved your goals, and self-motivation.
Time is never running out. You have this year to plan ahead of next year.
Here are the reasons why it’s okay if you haven’t achieved your set goals in 2020:
Primary issues change
When creating goals, you should know that time moves as well. The more time changes, the more your goals change too. Everything you hoped to do the past five months might change with time. In fact, your priorities may become irrelevant due to new things that have sprung up on your list.
So why should you feel bad about that? If your priorities have changed then it’s okay you couldn’t achieve other goals you canceled. It doesn’t make you a failure, it just means you added a better goal that would make you happy to the list.
I say bravo!
Achieving every single goal on your list shows they are too easy
Yes! I hate to break it to you but maybe some goals are just too intangible and easy to achieve. Look, you shouldn’t want or expect every goal to be achieved. I know it’d build your confidence if you achieve every goal you set but are you creating tangible goals? Like I mentioned in the previous point; goals change as time changes. We switch better goals for the intangible ones.
You are challenged to try harder
Failing might emotionally weaken you but trust me if you open your eyes to opportunities, then you will be motivated. If you didn’t achieve the things you want then it should encourage you to push on and work harder to be able to cross-out (achieve) every goal on your list.
If there’s a mistake that is stopping you from achieving your goals, then failing should teach you to avoid that same mistake in order to win!
Try some other method and see what happens.