Quite a bit of what we will talk about in this blog has to do with your mind. After all that is what is holding you back from achieving your goals. It might be a lack of confidence, it might be a lack of skills or a hundred other things. It might be that you need to talk to someone, maybe someone you trust who knows you well enough to help you. You may know that people get both good as well as bad advice from friends. So one of the things that we often have to face up to is that we need to stand on our own two feet and make decisions but make good decisions.
How are we going to do that?
1) We are going to think and we will need some quiet time and consider our options. This is something you need to do each day. Find at least ten minutes everyday to consider what is important in your life and what you are going to do about it. Keep a log book if possible otherwise you will not keep on tracking always going forward.
2) We are going to always act in a principled manner. Things like honesty will be important.
3) We are going to act unselfishly.
4) We will define our goals and how to achieve them. Your goals can change but at least we set a course.
> We will use the principle of Steven Covey in setting goals, that is, “Start with the End in Mind.” Where do you want to end up?
> Ask yourself are the things you do each day contributing to your goal or are they just activities, efforts that are needed but not progress leading to your goal? The first blog spoke of the paradigm where you live and how that limits your possibilities. One of the characteristics of such a paradigm is the day-in-and-out activities that are not bringing you closer to your goal. We all have this problem but how do you escape?
5) Life is a process and you can go through life following a “go with the flow” process or you can bring some order to your life. Actually most people do some of both depending on the situation but your primary goals need direction and some planning.

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