Every day is a new day to create your future
Each day offers a new possibility to get better, to adjust, and to get closer to your goals. That’s how you create your future, little by little.
If yesterday wasn’t great, you get a fresh start today.
Each morning, you get to decide what you want to do.
So, if you want to create your fantastic future, you first need a clear vision of what that looks like.
And then you do your best every day to get closer to your goals.
This doesn’t mean you have to be hustling all the time.
Doing your best doesn’t mean overwhelming yourself with crazy to-do lists.
If the best action for today is to relax and take care of yourself, then that’s what you should do.
Read this, to make the most helpful to-do list ever.
No, it also means you have to recharge your batteries, so you have the energy you need to pursue your dreams.
Step by step, you create the future you want.
Even if some days are not as good as others, all your small steps will add up over time.
So what can you do to increase your chances of success?
“The best thing about the future is that it comes one day at a time”
Your roadmap to creating a successful future
1. Set motivating goals
Write down why your goal is important and valuable to you. What makes it worthwhile?
It’s the why that evokes your emotions.
It’s important that you feel what your goals mean to you.
What are they about?
Looking good in jeans or having lots of money are only surface goals.
On a deeper level, they may be about acceptance or freedom. If you look great, maybe you think more people will like you.
The same is true with money.
You may believe that people will admire and respect you if you have money.
Or maybe it’s about freedom.
The freedom to wear whatever you like and not feel self-conscious about the way you look.
The freedom of having enough money to do as you please…
Try to find what’s motivating you deep down. The real why is more powerful than some surface reason.
2. Write down your objectives
Writing down your objectives makes them more real, especially when you use “will” instead of “would like to”.
This little trick adds more commitment to reaching it.
Check this out…
“I will increase my income by 10 percent this year,”… versus “I would like to increase my income by 10 percent this year”.
Which of these statements will lead to success?
3. Make your own action plan
Listing your goals is great, but if you want a better chance at achieving them, break them up into manageable steps.
Most people abandon their goals because they’re just too big.
Incremental steps give you more clarity and a tangible plan.
And if you love crossing off items, you will get even more motivated each time you complete an action.
4. Regularly review your goals
Every one to two weeks, review your goals to check if you’re on track and if you need to make any adjustments.
Set a specific day to do it and make sure you don’t skip it. Use it to define the necessary action steps for the week.
Also, celebrate your small wins.
It’s important to check in with yourself if you’re serious about your goals.
You create your future one day at a time…
Get clear on your goals and then work towards them every day.
You are the one to create your awesome future.
“It’s funny how day by day, nothing changes but when you look back everything is different.” – C.S. Lewis
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