Did you start writing down your daily wins last week? How about sharing them with someone close to you and celebrating together?
I hope you did. It is a great way to feel accomplishment and gratitude each day.
Last week, I mentioned the Best Self Journal that I started using. I am not getting paid to promote this product (hmmm…. maybe I should figure a way to monetize this blog?), but I feel strongly about how it has been a tool that allows me to intentionally set a goal and achieve it.
Set just one goal, my friend.
Have you set multiple goals at one time? I know I have done that.
What happens is we tend to only achieve 60% of each of those goals. I don’t know about you, but 60% is a failing grade. We want better, right?
What if you picked only one goal and focused massive amounts of time, effort, and energy into achieving that one goal?
Chances are, you would have a much higher success rate. You would feel better about achieving your goal. You would have only one goal to focus - instead of being pulled in all sorts of directions. Let’s face it. That is exhausting.
Now, decide what YOU want to accomplish.
The Best Self Journal provides you with goal templates to create a plan to achieve that one goal.
What do you want to accomplish? They have a template for that!
Do you want to increase revenue, work fewer hours, launch a product, or build a business? There is a template for that.
How about lose weight or eat healthy, and exercise? There is a template for that.
Did you ever want to write a book, learn a new skill, or save money? There is a template for that.
See, there is one that is just screaming your name. Chose one. Just one. The Best Self Journal will give you the template and tools you need to create an intentional plan of action to achieve your goal.
Let’s be realistic.
Let’s be honest with ourselves.
The Best Self Journal is a 13-week action planner to for you to achieve, track, and improve yourself toward reaching your one goal. Now, I know, some goals take more than 13-weeks. That’s okay!
Your goal can take six months, nine months, a year, or even more. Be patient with yourself. Slow and steady. That is why I love this planner so much.
Each day and week, you get to brag about what went right. It also allows you to look for opportunities for improvement.
Now, get started!
I hope that you will accomplish your goal. Let me know. I love to hear how you have successfully designed your life and reached your goals.