YOU CAN SET GOALS
I have to be super-disciplined to achieve goals
You have to put in effort and action, yes. The trick is the make striving for and achieving the goal fun and rewarding. If discipline is not your strong suit there are neuro-tricks to help you. Work out WHY you want the goal, this is a strong motivator. Leave yourself notes (house, car, office, wallet) to spend 10 minutes on it everyday (Implementation Affirmation). Review you progress and celebrate your success (even a little celebration for a little win). Get others involved who want to help you along the way. Focus on the path, use the goal as a motivator. Realise that it is OK to change your mind. If you miss a deadline then reset it and keep going. Start with smaller goals and make success a habit.
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