Write your goals and aims and post them where you can see them regularly.
OK, I’ll write three goals and hang them on my fridge. I’ll see them several times a day, and I won’t be able to forget them. They will be concrete: not “I want ro run faster” but “I want to run a marathon in under four hours.” Which I do, by the way, but it’s too far into the future, we’ll have another fridge by then.
*Set a new Norwegian record for remembering Names & faces at the Swedish Open. The record is 37 in five minutes; my record at Memocamp is36. However, the record holder is one of the top guns in the world, and his record at Memocamp is 58…
*OK, a better goal, perhaps: 2000 points at the Swedish Open. At the moment, my personal bests amount to about 1400 points.
*Row 100k. Meaning I’ll have to row a lot more. Timeline: next summer.
*Get rid of stuff. At least two things given away every week. (Every other day I pick up the kids, I could give away something to the local secondhand shop.)
Three goals: train my mind, train my body, unclutter my existence. That should be enough for now.