I admit it, I’ve wandered aimlessly through my life. This is going wayyyy back into my past…..like….an hour. 🙂
My friends may describe me as a carefree, go with the flow, everything will work out, kind of guy. Sure, I’ve had day-to-day goals and successes in my life thus far, but do I have long terms goals?
Do I have a road map leading me down the path to reach the results I want to achieve?
Daily distractions divert me to what is fun in the moment. Social media, radio, TV, news media, on and on. Has anyone ever had a small something, a chore, an errand, that you wanted to get done during the day, then put it off until tomorrow? Yeah? Well, that was me…King of procrastination! I would talk myself out of getting done what needed to be done and justify that it could wait. That little voice in my head….”put it off” or “I’ll do it tomorrow”.
Charles Haanel writes in the Master Key System, “All gain is a result of accumulative consciousness. All loss is a result of scattering consciousness.” What this means is what you have, or do not have, in your life is determined by what you think about.
Life can be hectic. And these days it is so easy to sit back and get lost for an hour,
or three, in a TV show or scrolling social media. In last weeks blog I talked about replacing bad habits with good habits, Well, I’ve learned in order to replace bad habits ya gotta have a plan! A “road map”! A road map to reach your target.
Check out this video by Derek, he’s one of the head dudes in The Master Key Experience course. He talks about having a “road map” to get you to your destination….what you ultimately desire!
Once you have your map…here are a few things that you can use to help me manage yourself better….
- Find out what is truly important and dedicate your time to that.
- Set a small goal or two per day that you want to accomplish.
- Instead of putting off necessities to do something that is fun, reward yourself by doing something fun after what is necessary.
What do you want out of life?
Do you have daily distractions?
Any tips you use to manage yourself better?
Feel free to leave me a comment.
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Thanks for reading,