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Small Steps



What are you living for? Where are you going? Knowing the answer to these questions can provide a great sense of purpose. However, knowing how to get there is not always easy or evident.


“The smallest of disciplines, practiced every day, start an incredible process that can change our lives forever.” Jim Rohn


When I have a clear vision of where I want to go and what I want to achieve, breaking my journey down into smaller, manageable steps can be the key to accomplishing these goals, whether in my professional or personal life. This approach not only improves my results but also cultivates a sense of accomplishment and confidence.


I talk about this in my book in the chapter called “What do you want?” In this chapter there is a *work sheet that allows you to identify goals or destinies that you would like to attain. It provides spaces to identify small changes of your actions or behaviors that over time can keep you focused on exactly what needs to be done and when. This becomes a roadmap that allows you to continue to stay focused by inputting data every day that gives a great picture of how you are doing with small changes that will produce big results.


At the end of the week, I can assess my results to see how I did and what modifications I might want to change for next week. This worksheet allows me to focus each day on my destiny and not look at random periods during my journey and say, “I need to get started on this or I need to reorient my efforts.”


This concept applies to work and home. It is great to have a balance of both as you spend precious time you will never get back.


As I achieve these small goals, I accumulate a sense of accomplishment and confidence. Each milestone reached reinforces my belief in my abilities and the validity of my purpose. It's a self-perpetuating cycle of growth and self-assurance that propels me toward even greater achievements.


The power of small improvements over time is not to be underestimated.


How are you doing on your journey? Could small intentional steps help propel your desired destiny?


Watch for the blind spots.




*Download your worksheet: Weekly Display




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