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The discipline of daily Goal-Setting

Published on 5/5/2019
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The discipline of daily Goal-Setting: Focus and concentration are the essential qualities for success. a. Start by asking, “What do I really want to do with my life?” Ask this question over and over again until you get a clear answer. b. Imagine that you had ten million dollars cash, but only ten years to live. What would you immediately do differently in your life? c. Imagine that you have no limitations. That you could wave a magic wand and have all the time and money, all the education and experience, all the contacts you needed to achieve any goal. What would you do then? d. Buy a spiral notebook and write in it every day. Begin by writing out ten goals in the present, positive and personal tense. Begin each goal with the word “I” followed by an action verb. For example, you could write, “I earn $xx,xxx by December 31, 2007.” e. Every day before you start off, rewrite your top ten goals in the present tense, as though you had already achieved them and you were reporting on this success to someone else. Rewrite your goals without looking back to the previous page. Rewrite them from memory. Watch how they grow, develop and change over time as you rewrite them each day. Many people have said that the discipline of daily goal setting has transformed their life and far faster than they had even imagined. 2. The Miracle of Self-Discipline Copyright© 2017 | Brian Tracy International | All Rights Reserved | Privacy Policy The discipline of Daily Time Management: Rule: “Every minute spent in planning saves ten minutes in execution.” The more you plan, the better you use your time, and the more you accomplish. a. Begin by making a list of everything that you have to do. The best time to write your daily list is the night before so that your subconscious can work on it while you sleep. b. Organize the list by priority before starting work. c. Practice the 80/20 rule, which says that 80% of your results come from 20% of your activities. What are they? d. Use the ABCDE method to set priorities. This is based on considering the consequences of doing or not doing a particular task. A = Must do – serious consequences for non-completion B = Should do – mild consequences for non-completion C = Nice to do – no consequences for non-completion D = Delegate – everything possible E = Eliminate – everything you can to free up more time e. Organize your list by A-1, A-2, A-3, and so on. f. Start on your A-1 task first thing in the morning. g. Discipline yourself to concentrate single-mindedly on your A-1 task until it is 100% complete. h. The discipline of good time management spreads to all your other disciplines. It has immediate payoff in improved results, and long term payoff in terms of the quality of your life work.

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