What are your goals?

The question isn’t where are you right now, but rather where do you want to be and how are you going to get there? What do you want to accomplish? What are your goals? Is it enough to be satisfied with where you are? Or do you wish for more? If you are ok with staying where you are, why? If you are looking for more, how are you going to get there?

So then, if you are ok with staying where you are why? You do know that others are going to be working to surpass you and go beyond their own limits. As such, if you choose to stay where you are, are you going to be ok being surpassed by others?

If rather you have someplace else you wish to go a higher level a next step, how are you going to get there? Is it enough to show up to practice and games? Or are you going to push yourself harder? Are you going to work between practices? Are you going to commit yourself to improving? These are the questions you have to ask yourself.

Where do you want to be? What is your goal? What is your plan for accomplishing your goal? Remember when setting up a goal be as specific as possible in what you are going to accomplish and how you are going to accomplish it. Make sure there is a way to measure that it has been done and give yourself a timeline to accomplish the task by.

If your goal is a long term one, how are you going to ensure that you stay on task and keep the course? It is not a bad idea to set multiple goals to help accomplish a long term goal. Putting short term goals together to reach a long term goal will make it easier to focus and stay on task. It will also ensure that you don’t get discouraged and give up.

Focus on what you want, set your goals, and strive towards what you want.