What Are Your Plans?

Continual planning and setting of goals is critical in accomplishing those things that are most important to you. You should take at least 15 minutes each day, formally planning your day and reviewing your goals. What effort is it going to take today to accomplish your goals tomorrow? It can be hard work and also requires discipline to keep focused on your plan. There is so much "stuff" that can get in the way of what you truly what to accomplish.

A good measuring stick for how you are doing with the planning of your life is to ask yourself this question, "Do I spend more time planning my weekend or planning for a vacation than I do planning my life?" You tend to plan for those things that you value and that are most important to you - especially in the short term. In the big picture and the long term, how important is your life?

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