Having time specific goals is optimal and one should not rush to accomplish them. But there are certainly ways on how you can hasten the process (“being quick but not in a hurry,” John Wooden). Here are a guidelines from the experts that you can use.
Step One: Find Shortcuts
Some goals actually have shortcuts that you can use to reach more quickly. These are not quick fixes, but can help the entire system respond in a more conducive manner, thereby boosting the process. For example, there are no shortcuts to permanent weight loss, but you can do some techniques that will hasten the fat loss. Some of the approaches include using HIIT or high intensity interval training, instead of the traditional cardiovascular exercise. HIIT is done only in 20 minutes tops, and burns more fat and raises your metabolism higher and for longer periods of time. Your body will respond to the exercise faster. To know about the shortcuts, always stay updated with changes and developments in technology and professional programs. Stay connected in a network of people related to your goals. Joining forums and online seminars are ideal. You can also talk to experts or get a personal trainer, so you can compare processes and determine if a certain approach is truly effective.
Step Two: Extra Hours
Consistency, discipline and dedication always give you faster and better results. If you want to finish things faster, you may have to put in extra hours and work longer than the usual. The more important thing is that you keep stress levels down afterward by relaxing and giving yourself enough time to rest. This way, you can move on to the next goals to be achieved. Overtime should also be well-planned. You cannot expect to work effectively beyond your usual time if you’re still tired from the night before or do not have enough equipment to work with. Prepare and create a strategy by coming up with small objectives and actions steps to be done in sequence. Having information prior to your overtime can help greatly and save you time. You may also ask someone to work with you during overtime to accomplish more.