24 Jul

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      Would be great to get your feedback by email at : yubibillion@gmail.com.Also let me know if you’d like me to talk about any specific topics.

        1. DECIDE WHAT ARE YOUR BIG WINS FOR THE NEW WEEK OR MONTH/YEAR:

            Decide at the beginning of every year, month and week, depending on your schedule and engagement, what are the big wins you want to have?What do you want to win at in the new week?There are a million things you can do in a week, but I mean the REALLY BIG WINS you want.If you haven’t already, write down those top 3 things NOW! These are the big rocks to focus on hitting.

              WRITE IT DOWN AND PUT THEM WHERE YOU SEE THEM DAILY. Maybe your car dashboard or better yet, your refrigerator 🙂

            • WHAT SPECIFIC ACTIONS I CAN EASILY DO THIS WEEK WILL PREDICT FOR SURE THAT I WILL HIT THOSE GOALS ?

                Do you know what they are. I don’t mean your to-do list but the specific things that cause it to happen.

                  THE IMPORTANT STUFF IS NORMALLY NOT VERY URGENT. DID YOU NOTICE?
                  What screams for the most attention is normally not as important. You need balance.
                  For instance, if you plan to spend more time with your parents or family or a loved one, think about how many hours or specific appointments you can set weekly or daily to achieve this.
                  If you want to get a driver’s license, the most important determining factor would be to set aside time to attend the 30 plus hrs of theory.Plan your month and week that way and WRITE IT DOWN:-)
                  If you plan to certify in something or improve your knowledge and skills, how many hours a day or a week do you need to set aside to be able to get it under your belt?SET SPECIFIC DAYS AND TIMES FOR THESE IN YOUR WEEK( scheduling tool or use post-it notes if you don’t have one). I use my iphone and a scheduler for different kinds of goals.

                • CUT OUT 15 MINUTES PER WEEK TO ASK YOURSELF DID I DO IT OR NOT? SIMPLE ANSWER :
                  Be honest and don’t be soft. No excuses.
                  If you don’t take time to reflect, you will NEVER do it. It must become a part of your life to measure and guage success. Another key here is get a friend or colleague that is straight with you, tell them what you want to hit this week or month and ask them to hold you accountable all week or month each time you meet.

                If you feel woverwhelmed, have a look at Here’s THE FREE DOWNLOAD TIME MATRIX LINK. I learned this years ago from Franklin Covey that has really helped me keep the main things as the main things. Would be great to get your questions/feedback by email at : yubibillion@gmail.com.Also let me know if you’d like me to talk about any specific topics.