Create Your Goal Action Plan

As for me, keeping a record of my activities and progress is an on-again, off-again process. At the first of this year, rarely missed a day for 3 months. Then I started working late into the evening on my “day job”, which cut into my “reflection” time and the journal suffered. But, as with any temporary setback, I have refocused my efforts and am back to journaling 3-4 times a week. Your results may vary. 🙂

Summary of key points:
1) Know where you want to end up before you start your plan
2) Make a clear, specific plan with milestones and tasks and deadlines for each phase of the plan
3) Review your plan EVERY day, and record and track your progress against your plan

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