Make Detailed Plans For Your Goals

A goal doesn’t stop @ writing it down & working towards it.

A goal doesn’t stop @ writing it down & working towards it.

A goal should have a detailed plan for how you intend to accomplish it, and what you plan to do with that accomplishment.

For example:

If you have a goal to earn $150,000/YR, you should have the following in place:

  1. A detailed plan of action steps that explain how you will obtain this salary

  2. A detailed budget of how you plan to spend this $150,000

  3. A daily habit of speaking your goal out loud throughout the day

  4. A written “I” statement on your devices and physical surroundings to repeatedly remind you of your goal

Example: “I earn $150,000 per year by or b4 12/31/2020 @ 11:59 PM PST”

Making a detailed plan of how you plan to accomplish a goal and what you plan to do after you accomplish the goal will help you achieve your goal faster.

There is something magical about writing out the details, envisioning the details, and thinking about the details surrounding your goals.

Somehow, doing this puts things in motion faster.

You start to feel what it will feel like after achieving the goal.

You are acting as if you have already reached your goal by having a detailed post-accomplishment plan in place.

Take all of your goals a step further by thinking and feeling as you will when you have reached your goal.

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