1. Choose your one thing
Be sure to keep it to just one thing, at least for now. Many people get bogged down by trying to do too many things at once, get discouraged and quit. Just one thing for now.
2. Create a plan
Be sure to write it down. Don't just keep it in your head. The weakest ink is better than the strongest memory, everytime.
If you don't know how to create a plan or what to put into a plan, find someone who does. Helpful people are out there, you do need to ask, however.
3. Put your plan into action
A great plan with no action is only that, a great plan.
No action equals no results.
4. Follow through
Lack of follow through is as deadly as procrastination, if not more so.
Lack of follow through can result from something as simple as forgetting of something as complex as a fear of success.
A sure way to make sure you follow through is to do something each day that supports your one thing. This kind of consistent follow through builds a strong momentum. Once you have a strong momentum propelling you forward, enemies such as procrastination and lack of follow throuhg lose their power.
An extra tip
Here's an extra tip just for fun:
Once you have decided on you one thing, make sure to take at least one action toward that goal before your head hits the pillow that same night.
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