Start Change Today: Break Your Goals Down in Bite-Sized Chunks

Info Self Development
2 min readApr 13, 2020
Start Change Today: Break Your Goals Down in Bite-Sized Chunks
Start Change Today!

Start Change Today

One part and after another part,
add another part.
Break the goals down,
break them in tiny chunks.

Go where you need to go,
do what you need to do,
say what you need to say
and for the rest surrender.

You’ve done your best.

An Inspirational Poem:
I Am Not Gone

I am not gone
I remain here beside you
Just in a different form
Look for me in your heart
And there you will find me
in our love which forever lives on
In those moments when you feel alone
Look for me in your thoughts
And there you will find me
in sweet memories that burn strong
Every time a tear
Forms in your beautiful eyes
Look up to the heavens
And there you will see me
Smiling down from God's glorious skies.
Poem by Injete Chesoni

“When the train stopped, when she got off and heard the concrete of the platform under her heels, she felt light, lifted, impelled to action. She started off, walking fast, as if the speed of her steps could give form to the things she felt.” Ayn Rand.

“A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such a speed…It feels an impulsion…this is the place to go now. But the sky knows the reasons and the patterns behind all clouds, and you will know, too, when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond horizons.” Richard Bach.

Break Your Goals Down in Bite-Sized Chunks

Start implementing change today in small ways, one part and after another part add another part. Break the goals down, break them in tiny chunks. Go where you need to go, do what you need to do, say what you need to say and surrender the rest as now you know that according to your inner compass, you’ve done your best.

And if you’re pessimistic about the outcome of your goal, take a rest to think positive thoughts. Sometimes the motivation comes when and where we expected it the least. So go around, walk the surroundings like a tourist, curiosity might entertain a new idea into your pessimism.

Originally published at https://infoselfdevelopment.com on April 13, 2020.

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