Learning to Think and Aim Big Part 7 of 7

Create Success Habits

  • No setting unachievable goals
  • Small steps/one new habit at a time until that one is in place
  • Celebrate success both personally and with others.
  • Take a look at habits and what hasn’t worked so you can figure out a new strategy for what does.
  • Write your strategy down and carry it with you – use an app if necessary. Technology works wonders toward achieving goals.
  • Make a decision. If it doesn’t work, make a new one – don’t beat yourself up.
  • Always be in action and momentum. Don’t sit in analyzing for too long. Keep moving.
  • Delegate.
  • Learn how to say no.
  • Kick procrastination to the curb. Reward yourself for every goal achieved, no matter how small, especially for the small ones.
  • Write it all down, put it away and revisit it – you’d be surprised at how much you achieved.
  • Write it down and the steps you will take to achieve each new habit.

It’s called learning to think and aim big for a reason. If you knew how to put all these practices into place, you wouldn’t need any training. You most certainly can retrain your brain. It just takes practice. Until next time, stay safe, and keep the faith.

The more you practice, the easier it will become. With these tips, practices, and goal-setting techniques, you’ll be on your way to not only learning to think and aim big, but you’ll be on your way to living big.

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