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Plan Your Work & Work Your Plan - Part 1

Published on 9/4/2011
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How do EAT AN ELEPHANT? One bite at a time! I have the insight to give you this advice even though I am a vegetarian - but I know that small steps are the sure way to progress. Commit to these tasks as a lifestyle and you will make GREAT STRIDES in anything you put your hand to: 1. Write the plan down and make it plain. This is essential because it measures your progress, giving you a track to run on as well as small victories to celebrate along the way. Your plan can be as formal or informal as you would like, depending on your best style of self-motivation. So this written plan - decide if it is going to be in a notebook or journal or blackberry or computer screen. The best tool to use is the one you will use. 2. Begin with the end in mind. Decide from the onset to do two things: a) Stay focused on the end goal - this will keep you motivated; b) Enjoy the journey - relish the process, realizing that each move forward takes you farther away from the old you and closer to the new you. Be in each moment and appreciate the transformation process. 3. Identify potential snares. It is better to be proactive and pre-plan possible counter measures than to be caught off guard, especially by familiar, predictable behavior - from either yourself or others. How far away is the victory? Designate a realistic timeline for the completion of the task. Be realistic - if it is something you can perform at a leisurely pace and enjoy the journey, then identify it as such. On the other hand, it may be something that is highly demanding, requiring a short suspense and much concentrated attention. And clearly, your objective may certainly lie in the center of these two extremes. Be sure to identify the appropriate end date and the speed at which you plan on using to complete your task. Keeping your eyes on the prize is key - because a BIG PART of this challenge.... is WALKING BY FAITH! Ciao for Now, Coach Kim
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