Almost everyone has a tendency to set goals for everything they do in life, such as goals for life, business, finances, etc. If all the ideas prepared beforehand are good for you, why not for relationship? Do you often set goals for relationships? Rather than making a list of long term goals, we decide to help you set short term relationship goals first. Quick, simple, and efficient – the short term goals can change your life!
What is a short term goal? It’s any goal that you set for yourself that can be accomplished within 12 months and may be completed the day you set that goal. These short term goals usually are smaller parts of bigger, longer term goals that you break down into more manageable parts. In order to attain a long-lasting relationship, an individual tends to make a list of long term goals for what they want to achieve. However, you’ll be easily overwhelmed with seemingly impossible goals set out in front of your eyes. This is where your short term goals come to play!
How can you achieving your short term goals? For instance, when being in a relationship with a guy, you – the women – should start with this:
- Determining exactly how long you should stay with him before you know if he’s marriage material or not (since this is short team, typically it should be 6 months to a year).
- Ask yourself why you need a long term relationship to get married. There are two main perspectives for this – some say you should be with a guy for several years before starting the marriage life, while some prefer getting married after a year or possibly two meeting the lover.
Patiently separate each long term goal into two or three short term goals you need to achieve. Once you have laid out all of your short term goals that lead towards your long term goal, the path is no longer daunting. For example, a person’s long term goal is raising a family, he needs to start dating around for potential husbands, reading up on proper parenting skills, and planning a budget.
You can simplify your relationship long goals into short term relationship goals (1 year goals, 6 month goals, 1 week goals, etc.). What you can do today will definitely help you prepare for your long term relationship goals.