So much is expected of us these days that many people have developed the habit of biting off more than they can chew when it comes to getting things done. They are good at developing ambitious plans but don’t have the best follow through when it comes to doing the work that it takes to get those plans accomplished. This sets them up for a lot of negativity when their plans don’t come to fruition on a regular basis. If this is something that happens to you, resist the urge to beat yourself up about it. Instead, try changing that imperfection into a strength. You can do this by setting smaller goals for yourself. When you set smaller goals, you greatly increase the likelihood that you will achieve those goals. Regularly achieving your goals builds positive energy. Plus you can still take on bigger projects. All you have to do is break the bigger jobs down in to manageable chunks. Then, treat each of those chunks as individual goals. You’ll be able to tick off each one and get to the finish line in no time!