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Setting a goal and how to achieve it

Those who write down their goals are more likely to achieve their goal than those that don't. You should carry your goal with you and reflect on its progress and development in the form of a reflective journal. Goals that can be measured and set within an achieveable time frame sre more effective. Explaining your goals to others can increase your chances of achieving them as others share ideas and support you in your aims. 
Avoid keeping your goals to yourself, they tend to get lost or forgotten amongst other things that begin to take over. Goals need commitment and, regular reflection and motivation.
Achieving a goal often means sacrificing something or putting aside certain habits.
Achieving a goal can be very energising- the greater the goal, the greater the achievement and the more energising it becomes.
When you choose to learn to drive you are setting yourself not only an end goal but many goals along the way. Each goal is an achievement which takes time, effort and commitment.

We are here to help you achieve your goals at 4front Driving School

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