Whatup, Brad here coming at you from Thailand again.
In the last video we did an exercise that shines a light on what your life values are, and at the end I suggested you create a gameplan with measurable goals to complete in each category.
All those values, and trying to grow in every area of your life can get a bit overwhelming at times, so today I want to talk to you about how to strategize your day to achieve those goals in less time.
I’ve said it before, but the thing every successful person has in common, is they have an organized strategy for success. It’s a linear model, the more organized you get, the more success you’ll have.
And with more organization comes a more predictable pattern, which over time gives you the confidence that you’ll actually achieve the goals you set for yourself.
Think about it, how much confidence would you have in your own success, if you went about each day running around disorganized, putting out fires, finishing things last minute, and never accomplishing what you planned to do that day.
Compared to waking up each day with a structured gameplan to accomplish every task on your to do list, knowing that you’re completing everything in the most effective way …
So let’s dive into creating that structured gameplan, and starting your day off right…
Yep! Incorporating things like a night time ritual, a morning ritual, and having that structured approach to your day, week, and long term goals will SERIOUSLY boost your productivity and level of success.
Hopefully today’s video helps you get some more structure in your day, and the gameplan to tackle more tasks each day.
If you have any questions on any of this, the best place to ask them will be on the webinar I’m hosting this Sunday, January 19th at 6pm EST.
Definitely join up, I’ll be talking about What Your Identity is, tying all of these videos together and also opening up enrollment for the January 2014 class of The Lifestyle Academy.
So head on over to: http://www.bradbranson.com/webinar
And I’ll see you tomorrow!
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