There is no reason at all to wait until some imaginary date date like New Years Day to make and start your resolutions and this week I share with you my tricks to getting more done faster to get you to your goals!
Set Your Goals
You must have (must!) have written goals. Period.
I like the goal setting method taught by Jim Rohn. But you gotta set goals.
Then work on them a little every day.
Remember: Small Actions + Consistency +Time = Remarkable Results!
If you start this quarter or December 1st rather than waiting for “New Years Day”, then you get a sort of warm-up period to test your resolutions.
That means if you miss a couple of days on your new habit, you didn’t blow it and yo can continue on guilt free!
When you get to January 1st and “officially” start your resolution, you will be better prepared to succeed because you know what works and what doesn’t for you. You get to “start” with a little experience under your belt!
Resolutions Require Resolve
Resolutions = Resolve.
Resolutions are not a “wish list” of things you’d like to have in your life. You must resolve to get them. The business. The “thing”. The habit. Determine the price you need to pay to get to your goal and resolve to pay it!
Habits will change your life!
We clearly see this with bad habits. If you eat a candy bar everyday “out of habit”, then you’re consuming an extra 350 calories each day for no good reason! What will that look like in 5 years?
On the other hand, good habits will make your life amazing!
What if you practiced the habit of writing 250 words each day (whether you feel like it or not). What does that look like in just 1 year? Over 91,000 words. That’s a book! You wrote a book! Great habit!
That one little habit of writing a small amount everyday make you an author! How would that feel? How much credibility in your business would you have if you were Jane Smith, P.I. and Author? That’s great for your business!
What would 10 push-up a day look like in a year? Most importantly, it make you the type of person who doses push-up! You BECOME your habits.
I started my New Years Resolutions at the beginning of the fourth quarter the previous year. Here’s what I discovered…
I set six goals for the new year (2020) and by starting October 1st, 2019 I am on track to hit 3 of my 6 goals BEFORE January 1st!
I’ve been-there-and-done-that and you can have the same results!
Committed to your success,
Larry Kaye, P.I.