Part of everyone's training is finding ways to continually motivate yourself to be consistent with your training. You need goals, and they must be concrete and tangible. "I want to be fit" is a very vague wish. However, changing it to, "I will commit to training kettlebells 3 times a week for at least 30 minutes each session for the next 3 months straight without excuse, in order to increase my fitness," is a very concrete, tangible, and realistic goal that will hold you accountable. In fact, writing down you goals is a great way to continually remind you of what you want, as well as hold you to personal accountability.
That being said, one of my goals over the last 3 months was to be able to perform a 40kg turkish getup on each side without a mistake on the way up or down. So here is the proof of my personal record! Now that I accomplished it, my next goal is to perform a bottom up turkish getup with a 24kg on each side.