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2016 Goals update

2 Feb

*For my goal of losing 30lbs this year- I’m down 14lbs and counting.
The goal will be to drop 30lbs and end the year down 30lbs.
As in almost 50% there in a month I see it as highly feasible.

*For my savings goal, which I doubled – I’ve met it so far (sorry no #s as money is a private matter). I am supremely confident this goal will sail through.

*For my 2 books a month goal- well I read 3.6 books. Good right?
WRONG.
I read 2 fiction books and 1.6 education/management/finance/personal development books.
While the number is almost double I realized 2 days shy of February that I must read books that Grow ME, not entertain me.

*For my recruiting goal, I missed the mark.
But I am happy as I reached out to numerous people and got solid commitments.
With this goal I simply have to break free of my fear and use my God given talents.

*As for my mystery goal, I smashed it out of the park! Details to come in December.

Remember folks, set goals, have to do lists, and be accountable for them.

Live Brolic!

Your To Do List is TOOOOO Long

11 Nov

Now if you’ve followed my blogs and posts across social media you know I believe in daily To Do lists.
I firmly believe that they provide a simple guideline and a gauge of your follow through so you can have some accountability in your life and business.

I also recommend keeping lists for at least a week so you see the progress and can build off of it.

However, there are 2 problems with most people’s To Do lists-
They are unorganized and too long.

Your list needs to be actionable.
What does this mean?
Simply that you create a list based on building momentum by listing items by ease of action and necessity.
Do the key items first.
Then do the easy stuff.
If for you the opposite builds momentum, than by all means have at it.

Next your list shouldn’t be 60 items long.
Yeah you need to do all of these things- or they wouldn’t be on your list right?
However, this is a sure tactic to making you feel overwhelmed from the onset.

The quick fix here is to make a master list Saturday or Sunday, assuming you’re week starts Monday.
Then every day make a short list that addresses these items in an orderly fashion.

These two tweaks will help build momentum, which In turn will add clarity.

An ancillary benefit is that a rested mind sleeps and works better.
This will occur as you declutter your To Do Lists.

Live Brolic!

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