Identifying your Dreams and Vision, the Goals (aka roadmap) to reach them, and taking the necessary Action to implement those Goals

Have you ever tried—really tried—to do something and it seems like NOTHING you do ever seems to get you the result you’re trying to get? Have you ever felt like giving up? Have you given up? Why did you give up—are you blaming something outside yourself or have you taken responsibility? Are you through with giving up or feeling like you’re just plain spinning your wheels? If so, here’s a few simple things you can do to experience your own total transformation.

(1) Move past procrastination

(2) Never let how you feel dictate what you do

(3) Prioritize your time

(4) Identify your goal

(5) Remain laser focused on your goal

(6) Maintain sustained action toward your goal

(7) Reach and track identifiable milestones

Ask yourself the following questions:

What are MY Dreams and Vision for myself and my life?

Have I even got them?

What have I always wanted to do but never done?

Why haven’t I done it up to this point?

What would need to happen for me to finally do that thing?

How would I need to change for that to happen?

Dang, Becky! Can you be more blunt and to the point?

If you want something bad enough then you will ask these questions and be willing to not only answer them but also determine and implement a solution. If not, …?

Thomas Edison once stated, “Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” When asked about the many failures he experienced while experimenting to develop the incandescent light bulb, he said, “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” Thomas Edison fully embraced what my message is all about—failure is not “failure,” but rather a step along the path to success!

IF you truly want IT, then be willing to fail … multiple times … along your path to reach your target!

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