Some things are daily habits, some ritualistic. I believe people who really want something to happen make it happen – and the rest is just talk. I find that in things I’ve done, tried to or presumed to have goals about, but when I examine how I spend my time it becomes clearly apparent to me (as I am sure it is to others), that the reason I’m not achieving something is because I’m not spending the time, effort and commitment to do so.
Pick one of your goals.
Imagine your best friend has that goal, but has no plan. What would you advice your friend to do?
Aren’t we all supposed to be our own best friend? Thought so …
Hopes, dreams, living in everyone’s mind.
But if they aren’t connected to plans to make them so, are they useful?
Examined, hopes and dreams fall into two columns, one of past regrets. The other, fantasy/dreams.
If real, we’ll really accomplish them.
If not, then not.
What if within daily routine, all efforts and actions were in furtherance of making them reality?
Think of everything you don’t have in your life but realistically wanted – now ask yourself where your daily actions are connected to those?