Persistent A.R.D.O.R.: Adamant pursuit, Rigorous search, Determined success, Observe results, Reflective thoughts
Persistent or annoying? I believe that if you desire to achieve something, having strong persistence is only a plus factor in achieving that goal that is desired. In this installment of the ABCs of encouragement with the #BloggiteBits Campaign, I am going to give you some pointers on living life with Persistent A.R.D.O.R. and achieving those goals you set in all aspects of your life: Adamant pursuit, Rigorous search, Determined success, Observe results, & Reflective thoughts.
Adamant pursuit: Achieving goals in life is something you have to commit to on a regular basis. Having an adamant pursuit of your goals in life will help you stay focused and keep your dreams alive until the goal is reached. Living life with persistent ardor keeps the goal in front of you as you go through life.
Rigorous search: Goals require a determined person who will rigorously search for the next step along the way when achieving something. Rigorous searching does not mean you have to chase things erratically, it just means that you will always look for the next minor step in the ultimate big picture of the desired goal.
Determined success: Determination is the one item that separates the people who achieve their goals and those who do not. Have a determined success mentality will get you that much closer to reaching your goal. This pointer goes along the lines of that saying we all know so well, “Well begun is half done.” Having a determination that you will be successful in achieving your goal puts you way ahead of the game.
Observe results: Observing results as you reach each minor step along your journey to the ultimate goal will help you adjust to how to pursue the next minor step. Observation is key in all situations, especially ones that deal with reaching your goals.
Reflective thoughts: On your journey to the ultimate big picture goal, be sure to have reflective thoughts on each little success as you complete one minor step toward your goal. Reflection is good for the mind and soul. Reflective thoughts help you appreciate what you have accomplished as well as what you will accomplish. Envisioning the success of reaching your goal goes a long way toward truly achieve it.