How to do what you say you’re going to do
Doing what you say you're going to do is a lot easier than you think.
All you need is:
A prioritized plan with no more than 1-3 things, written down very clearly and specifically
When clients tell me, "I'm just not doing what I said I would" and I ask them how they've planned out what they want to do, 100 out of 100 times they tell me they have this big, long, vague running list of things to do.
If you want to get things done, you have to start planning fewer things, more clearly and more specifically.
Here are some concrete examples:
"Eat healthy" ----------- Eat 1 cup of vegetables at dinner, 4 nights/week
"Workout" --------------- Walk 1 mile/day for 30 days
"Finish Project" -------- Outline brainstormed
The easier, smaller, and more doable your plan seems to your brain, the faster you'll get into action and the less you'll procrastinate. The bigger, harder, more complex, and vague your plan is, the more you'll procrastinate.
Confused at where to start or how to make your plan easier to follow? Tell me one thing you've been avoiding in the comments & I'll help you make it easy and doable!
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