A Plan Of Action

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A Plan Of Action

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A simple equation for a plan of action. Starting the process of
attaining a successful life. What you need to know to make positive life
altering changes.


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Plan, desire, action,


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You have finally made the decision that it is time to make some changes
in your life. You know that the only way things are going to get better
for you financially, spiritually and physically is if you sit up and take
action. You know you have to put forth the effort in order to reap the
rewards.

So how exactly are you going to implement these changes?   You are going
to have a "plan of action".

A plan of action is crucial to your success. Without a plan it is merely
a thought. When you add your thoughts to paper coupled with a desire to
see them become realities and proceed to do everything possible to
fulfill that desire you have a template for success.

A simple equation to use when creating a plan of action from your
template is: Desire + Effort = Results.

Your first step is to write down what exactly it is you desire. Albeit
wealth, personal development or whatever you so strongly yearn for that
you simply can no longer go without, write it down. Make your desires
realistic. For example, if your desire is to lose 20 pounds, it is
unrealistic to believe you can lose 20 pounds in 3 days.   However, it is
possible to lose 20 pounds in 3 months with a proper plan of action. It
is important to note that there should be a time frame with regards to
your plan. These time frames are the milestones to marking your
achievements.

Now that you know what your specific desire is, list the ways in which
you plan on achieving optimum results. How do I plan to lose these 20
pounds? What do I have to do each day in order to achieve my goal? What
do I personally need to do to see this plan come to fruition?

Set up a schedule outlining each step that needs to be taken daily to
achieve weekly goals. Be specific. Create a daily "to do" list. At the
end of the week you will be able to see how much you were able to
accomplish. Congratulate yourself for each accomplishment.
Make a commitment to yourself to "Work the Plan". Stay focused on the
positive. List all the reasons why you will be able to achieve your
objective. Utilize the strengths you possess that will help you to
complete your plan.

Know your weaknesses and make a concerted effort to overcome them.
Incorporate both your strengths and weakness into your plan of action.
Know what you are capable of and know what your shortcomings are.

Have your own personal reward system in place. Know what each reward
will be for each accomplishment that you have fulfilled throughout your
plan. With every desired result you achieve there should be a reward for
having done so. An incentive plan customized to your wants.

Do not let yourself get disheartened. If you have a temporary lapse or
deviation from the plan acknowledge it and continue to move forward with
your plan. Keep the pedal to the metal or your nose to the grindstone,
just keep on taking action. Remember, this is not a race to the finish
line. Your plan is your future. Take the time to nurture and understand
it.

We've all heard the adage "Rome was not built in a day". Your success
regarding your plan of action will not be achieved in one day either.
Success is a process and the process is something you have a long-term
plan for.

"You and only you can determine if the reward is worth the price you are
paying for it in effort".

				
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