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The 4 Basics to Good Change

Author: Josh Andrews

With the aging quickly approaching, it’s time to start thinking about the new changes we all want to make. I hear my students tell me that they are inspiring, but often it’s hard to find the time to actually find the time to do. Here’s what I have found that helps them.

1. Write it down – it doesn’t take a lot of time to take good, simple notes. When we write things down, we are internalizing what we want out of life.

2. Set a date – setting a date to all of our goals will enable us to make it a priority to complete what we would like to accomplish within that timeframe. A date can be changed, but if we never set a date, it’s like shooting into the sky. You’ll never hit the bull’s-eye without the target.

3. Display your goals – keeping track of want you want out of life is important, but let’s face it, we are all trying to succeed. We have to set reminders regularly. Display your goals eminently, where you will see them every day, on a fridge, near your computer, above your desk. Come-on, let’s face it, there’s a million places to display your goals.

4. Track it – as you achieve your goals, track your success. Sign off on your goals as you accomplish them and regularly update your goal commitment sheets. Keep them somewhere you can go back to so that you can look back at what you’ve achieved, and even sometimes remind yourself to get back into the habit of a previous goal.

If you are goal oriented, you’ve probably already thought of some things you want to be able to get done. And maybe, you already set your goals on a regular basis. I promise that if you follow these four basic steps, you will be closer to the ‘You’ you’ve always wanted to be!

Here is a helpful link that might just steer you in the right direction: [ http://www.workfromhome-network.com ]

Here’s to your success!
Tony Anderson is an expert in online business marketing. He currently works teaching and writing about online commerce at WorkFromHome-Network.com
To contact him at his office with the in Salt Lake City, Utah call (888) 863-8283 ext. 401

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