When you achieve your goals, do you reward yourself?

May 24, 2008 3:23am CST
To improve myself, I set up several small target goals in my life then I attempt to achieve the goal. Just start working or do something continuously. When I achieve the goal, I reward myself a little bit. For example, I and my girlfriend have a special dinner. Or buying something I want for a while. Do you reward yourself? If so, what is your reward?
2 responses
@Dasari100 (3803)
• Anantapur, India
24 May 08
It is better to set up small targets in the beginning so then we can achieve big targets in the coming days because we can see most of the failures will come without having experience so we need to go step by step to achieve our goals.
• Thailand
24 May 08
Yeah, I use this technique to success in my life. I separate the big goal in to several smaller goals. I note it to my diary or something like that. Then I analyze the cause of failure or success to improve myself.
@chrysz (1603)
• Philippines
24 May 08
I reward myself if I reach or achieve something to boost my morale or to celebrate the success I gained. A good dinner will do but I prefer buying something I can keep or something to remind me of my achievements.