or If It Was Easy, the 99% Would Hold the Nation’s Wealth
Then, one day, retirement papers arrive and it dawns on us that our dream was never fulfilled. Goals! We never wrote down our goals – our plan for success.
Less than 15% of the population takes the time to actually write down their goals. Almost 100% of successful people do take the time to write them. They understand the importance of having a roadmap. They also understand that it is no easy task and it requires time and commitment.
The biggest challenge is taking that first step – just getting started. It requires making a conscientious decision to set aside the time to develop a plan and a commitment to follow it. However, for most of us, the very idea of setting aside a few hours some weekend is more like wishful thinking than something that is really going to happen. And maintaining the focus to follow-through can get overridden by the day-to-day challenges that life brings.
To get the job done, break the goalsetting task into bite-sized pieces. If you will commit to spending fifteen minutes each day – you can use some of your lunchtime – you will have a clear and concise roadmap to your goals in just a few of weeks. Really! What’s more, that fifteen-minutes-each-day exercise will get you in the habit of spending time, each day, on bringing your goals to fruition.
Ready? I’ll help you get started.