On your way to the learning goal, there are many intermediate goals. They help you to plan and strengthen the feeling that we can reach the goal. They make the stages on your learning path visible and are at least as important as the big learning goal. Set intermediate goals. For example, exams, the submission of written work or the completion of individual tasks are good examples of this. You can also set individual goals for each day of each week or even monthly goals. Your interim goals are important learning achievements. They support your motivation to learn. In this way, you come closer to your learning goal step by step. Celebrate these learning successes and reward yourself.