When you 🧠 forget about achieving goals
Brian Tracy is the author of up to 70 books, a world-class consultant, and much more. He has experience of more than 30 years of meeting Successful. So, it’s worth taking his guidelines.
Brian Tracy says if you ask a Successful person, what to do for being Success. Many will answer that first write down your goals on the paper and then make a plan for achieving your goals and at last, take actions to accomplish them, every day.
😨But what if I don’t know how to make a plan …
Just Relax, let me tell you some research that was conducted by Standford University.
In research, they asked many startups whether they have made a plan for upcoming events.
50% said that they had made a plan. Rest 50% of startups said that they will do tasks, from time to time and didn’t make a plan.
But interestingly, in research, it was seen that those startups who made a plan were more likely to achieve success.
Surprisingly, those startups who made a plan didn’t even follow it. They just made a plan and forgot about it.
Conclusion: Just make a plan (because the process of making plans is more important than following them).
🤔But what if my plan is very huge
There’s a line that solves this subtitle.
If you want to eat an Elephant, just eat one bite at a time.
This means, that if you want to achieve your goals then cut them into phases. Eg: If you want to lose 6kg, then phase it by setting a goal of losing 0.5 kg in one month. * You can phase it ever deeper
🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊🎊Congratulations, you have learned how to make goals and achieve them.