How to Make Progress on Your Goals (Every Day)
The number one mistake most people do is trying to do too many things at once, rather than a small first step.
Click here to learn how to achieve more in the next 90 days than in a year without working harder (instead, you’ll be working smarter).
You don’t have to see the whole staircase to make a little headway towards it.
Take baby steps if you want to get things done.
Divide your BIGGEST goal into:
Now ask yourself:
“What’s the one step that I can take today that takes me closer to my end goal?”
Avoid dreaming about the big goal.
Focus on small and fast wins.
That’s how you achieve your goals over time.
Let’s say you want to become a self-published author.
A typical book consists of 300 pages.
Taking 250 words per page as average means you need to write 75,000+ words.
Instead of thinking about the end goal, focus on writing your first 100 words TODAY.
Write another 1000 words by next week.
Make it a habit of writing 500 words every day and within five months, you’ll hit your goal of writing a 300+ page book.
That’s the magic of focusing on small and fast wins.