A significant challenge for me is to reward myself after necessary goals are met. I rarely celebrate the completion of my target and often forget to reward myself with something that will commemorate my achievement, moving on to the next step or future assignments. Therefore, it is necessary for me to adjust my self-reward strategy, ensuring that each accomplishment is positively reinforced with something enjoyable. For instance, I plan to add a particular pleasant activity to each goal.
In contrast, it appears that my self-punishment score is excellent, as I tend to become disappointed when the aims are not achieved. Although this method might be considered disadvantageous, it also promotes a critical assessment of potential limitations and reasons for failure. Another strategy that I use to influence my behavior is the feeling of achievement, which often brings me positive emotions. By remembering previous times when my targets were met, I began to feel inspired and more interested in fulfilling the current assignment.