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Do an Excellent Job of Planning Ahead

No matter what you decide, you need to plan ahead. You need to know exactly where you’re going and what you’re doing. You can’t hop from one business model to the next. You can’t always have the feeling that “this time, it’s going to work!” Make it work for you. Stick with it until it does. You should wake up each morning knowing exactly what you’re going to do that day. You should know what you’re doing for the next week. You should have a pretty firm understanding of what you’re doing over the next month. You should also have a workable plan for the next year and beyond. Yes, things will grow and change over time. But you can’t effectively adjust your plans if you don’t know what they are in the first place.

Very successful people are really good at analyzing their life and their business. Yet, they don’t dwell. They know who they are and what they want to do. But they don’t let the little things hang them up. Always think about why you’re doing things and what you ultimately want to achieve. Be very truthful with yourself in making changes. Have a vision that you’re willing to do anything to achieve. This vision should be so clear to you that it almost feels real already.

Why You Need To Know Your Why

Your “why” is the reason you do what you do. The “what” is the things you do to help you achieve your why. But why do you need to know your why?

When you know your why, you have the freedom to decide on what you do, how you do it. Before you make any changes in your life, ask yourself why? Why do I want to take this action?

The answer may not be completely clear. One way to know you’re not living your why is through your daily life. Here are some clues:

  • You make plans but leave them unfinished
  • You start projects but don’t complete them
  • Your goals get set but you don’t follow through
  • The to-do list you create never get completed
  • You set up a business strategy but don’t act on it consistently
  • You create a list of companies you’d like to work but fail to contact them

If you’ve become frustrated with yourself because you never finish what you start or you don’t even start, your answer comes from your why. You don’t have a big enough reason to follow through when you don’t know your why.

Take a step back when you find yourself in any of these situations. Are the lists, plans, or strategies in alignment with what you genuinely want to do? Does it bring you excitement? Take the time to find out your why and then adjust your plans, lists, and projects to fit your purpose.

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