|5. Keep Your
Plan Where You Can See It
Keep your plan somewhere where you can look at it often. Let it be a silent
reminder of the things you want to accomplish.
6. Schedule Time For Skill-Building
Set aside time each week to develop key skill areas you
need to work on so you will be continually making progress toward your goals. Learn to honor your time commitments to yourself
so you won't get behind.
7. Break Milestones into Manageable Tasks
Break your high-level milestones into their component parts
so they will be more manageable for you to work on. Concentrating on individual tasks
makes working towards your milestones less overwhelming and easier to tackle.
8. Learn From Every Setback
Success is never won without a few stumbling blocks the
way. Learn to see the inevitable setbacks and obstacles as opportunities for learning and
growth. Analyze your experiences to find changes you can make to get back on track
and avoid future disappointments.
9. Tell The World About Your Plans And Progress
Share your goals, plans, and updates on your progress with
your friends, family, mentors, and fellow professionals. When everyone knows
your plans, you have a sense of accountability as well as a network of people who can be on the lookout for
opportunities that can help you on your way.
10. Celebrate Every Success
Let yourself feel proud of your achievements. Take time out
to celebrate the successful completion of your tasks and milestones as you journey towards
your eventual goal. Schedule rewards for yourself when you accomplish key
objectives. Taking time to acknowledge your successes will help put you in the right
mindset to achieve even more.
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