Image: iStock With each new year that comes in we always try to find new goals and objectives to meet. Some of them, among the most common, are getting fit, quitting smoking, learning a new language or planning a great trip with our partner or friends. Unfortunately, in many cases these purposes fall in a broken bag within a few weeks. But, is there a trick to fulfill them and not be hell? Setting short-term goals will make us see progress much betterDon’t get obsessed with stumbling blocks, but learn from them Some of the mentioned goals, the most popular, are frankly simple to accomplish. It is about creating small habits in our day to day, because we must remember that it is not a sprint, but a background race. Even with that data and it is worth remembering from time to time, the trick to achieve our goals at the beginning of the year is simpler than you can imagine.As highlighted by SciShow, to make the purposes more bearable we just have to think about specific goals with a specific date. That is to say, ‘I am going to propose to lose 10 kg of weight by May 17’. Why do it this way and not throughout the year? The reason is very simple. If we choose this method it will be much easier to see our progress. Another factor that influences is to create feasible purpose within reason. Short-term dates are perfect to see changes and progress along the way. Do not forget that you do not have to obsess over obstacles in progress. Learn from them and use them to achieve that motivational thrust that we all need from time to time.
DES MOINES, Iowa – Drake University head women’s golf coach Rachael Pruett unveiled a challenging five-tournament schedule for 2016 that will be highlighted by the Missouri Valley Conference Women’s Golf Championship in Chicago, Ill. (April 17-19).“I’m very proud of the work ethic the ladies have shown this year. Ending our fall season with a team and individual win gives us extra motivation for our off-season. We will continue to improve our physical fitness, golf swings, short games, and mental skills,” said Pruett. “The spring schedule is designed to keep us competing. That’s where we need to improve the most. We practice and play very well at home and need to learn to translate that onto the course in competition.”The Bulldogs open the spring campaign at the FGCU Eagle Invitational on Feb. 12-14 in Estero, Fla. at the Stoneybrook Golf Club. After being off for three weeks, Drake returns to action on March 5-6 for the Red Rock Invitational in Sedona, Ariz. at the Oakcreek Country Club, hosted by Northern Arizona. The Bulldogs will wrap up the month of March at The Citadel Invitational on March 13-15 in Charleston, S.C. at the Patriot Point Links.Drake will take two weeks off before playing its first tournament in the Midwest on April 2-3 at the Bradley Invitational in Peoria, Ill. at the Weaver Ridge Golf Club.The Bulldogs will get its final tune-up before the MVC Championship on April 9-11 at the Indiana State Invitational. The team wraps up the regular season at the conference championship on April 17-19 in Chicago at the Harborside International Golf Center.Print Friendly Version