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HAVE A PLAN!

Published on 8/7/2017
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To always keep moving forward, you need a plan. Without a plan you lack direction. While a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, that journey will never be completed if your subsequent steps constantly change direction. Each step must take you closer to your goal.

In its simplest sense, formulating a plan is choosing a destination and mapping out the best route to get there. The better the plan, the shorter the distance to your goal. Just as in traveling across land, you may encounter hazards diverting you from the straightest path to your destination. Take detours when you are forced to, but find your way around or through the hazards and stay true to your path in the long run.

Your plan needs to be realistic. Psychology informs us that frustration is a factor of expectations. If our expectations are unrealistic, they will not be achieved. You become frustrated when your expectations are not achieved and it makes you want to quit. To avoid frustration, your overall plan should be broken down into small, discrete steps--interim goals that are reasonably obtainable. You should plan big, but that big plan should be realistic and it should have steps that are obtainable in the short term. There is a feeling of satisfaction each time you successfully complete a step, however small that step may seem in the big picture. Step by step is how you reach your goal.

While it is important to have a plan and to stick with that plan, it is also important to be flexible when available data compels you to make adjustments. You have to find the right balance. If you are always readjusting your plan, you are never really moving forward. If you never adjust your plan, you are dooming yourself to repeat actions that do not produce results. Be prepared to make adjustments when it is clear they need to be made, but do not adjust your plan on a whim.

 

What Should Be In Your Plan?

Your plan should start with a list of your major goals. Once you have listed your major personal goals, consider the five goals of building Internet traffic, listed in Lesson 3 of this revised course. Under each goal you should list objectives for that goal. Then, under your objectives you should list the methods you will use to accomplish them.

You are certainly not limited to the five major goals of Internet traffic building. Add your own personal goals as well.

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