You wrote your plan months perhaps even years ago and yet when you have those occasional bouts of honesty you know you have not followed your plan as well as you should.
Some do follow their plan and still are not achieving their goal and as painful as it may be to hear, it is time to get a new plan. If you can’t let it go then put it on the back burner and come back to it after you are achieving whatever it is you want to achieve.
Don’t have a plan? But you want to achieve a goal. Good Luck and if you do achieve your goal then please post a comment and tell me how you did it because you will be the first person I know of and many people could use this.
When I have a plan I achieve my goal. But only, if I stick to it.
I’m just estimating but I would say that most plans are made in our brains in approximately five nano seconds. Some of them take a lifetime to fully develop but the creation seems to be almost instant.
What is a plan?
1. Defining a goal and the steps necessary to achieve it.
2. Putting it all down on paper.
Writing it down on paper seems to work best for plans but I do create plans that are for small goals and these type just need to be followed.
For an example of a small plan think about the last time you went out to multiple places in one outing. I needed to go out yesterday and after I was done making my plan (took about 3 nano seconds) I decided to write it down and found that by going backwards to the way I originally planned it would allow me to just make one big loop with no back tracking.
If you have a goal that you want to achieve then you need to make the plan and then you need to Follow The Plan.