YOU CAN SET GOALS
Goal setting Myth #15
I don’t need to read my goals every day, I know what they are
Repetition is powerful. You tend to believe something if you see/hear it enough times. This is the basis of most advertising and … fake news. It is called the Illusory Truth Effect. Why not put it to work to reinforce your goals? Another neuro-trick is the Zeigarnik Effect – your subconscious needs to finish what you have started. Repetition helps this work for you, too. Also, see Myth 16.
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