2016 PERSONAL LIFE PLANNING
Your Greatest Achievement in Life
There’s an old baseball expression that states “it’s far better to minor in the majors than it is to major in the minors”. Unfortunately, when it comes to both personal and professional activities, people spend all of their time concentrating on the details and rarely have an opportunity to get to the really important things. This is why most people only reach a fraction of their potential.It’s time to develop a far more productive habit by creating a master plan.
Follow the 4 simple steps listed below.
- First, ask yourself, “What has been my greatest achievement in life?”
- Next, ask yourself, “What do I want to have achieved in my life before I die?” (some people call this a “bucket list”)
- Then, compare what you have achieved with what you want to achieve.
- Finally, ask yourself every day, “What do I need to do to make up the difference?”
In general, people are unhappy because their goals that could have been achieved are never met. People are so busy “just being busy”. If you’re not happy with what you have achieved so far, don’t fret. There is still plenty of time left. The most important achievements can sometimes take years to attain. To implement your master plan, ask yourself every day 2 important questions;
- “What baby steps did I take today to achieve my master plan?”
- “What can I do even better tomorrow?”
You may not recognize your progress immediately, but all those baby steps add up. Your subconscious will kick in and you will amaze yourself with just how talented you really are.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Plan Your 2017 Goals Today!