“Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” – Tony Robbins
Too many people set great goals, but then nothing happens in the end. So as you’re preparing your new year’s resolutions, I want to share with you some things that you can implement to help you in making sure you accomplish your goals.
- Track what you do for a week.
On a piece of paper, write down all the activities that you do for a week. Then you’ll discover the things you’re doing and have an inventory of your activities.
- Write down your goals.
Look at what you want to accomplish. What are your goals? Whatever your goals are, compare and contrast them to what you’re doing now. You might see you’re forming bad habits in the activities that you’re doing therefore wasting your time on and which you need to eliminate or eradicate. The more you understand what you’re doing, you get to identify what you need to stop doing or start doing.
- Identify what you need to do to accomplish those goals.
What are the tasks, responsibilities, or key indicators that you need to do in your day to accomplish your goal? What are you doing now to accomplish your goals? Write these down. Take these things now and implement them into your schedule.
- Focus on the most important things that you need to do.
Look at things you don’t need to do and give those to someone else who can do it for you. Focus on the things that you need to do and put them on your calendar.
- Be diligent on those things that you need to do.
Find your plan. Set your plan. Work your plan. Do those things that are most effective to accomplish those goals. You may not accomplish them right away so be consistent in working your plan and be diligent at it.
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