You’ve made it to day 10!
Our final step in achieving BIG success with less stress… are you ready?
You sure? Have you worked on steps 1 – 9? Asking yourself that question is a good lead into #10…
Action for Today:
I suggest a study and growth plan under these time parameters:
21 days—Pick a new discipline, behavior or habit you want to form, and then commit to it for a minimum of 21 days. You might pick one of the tips you have discovered during this 10-day series, such as the success compression secret, my 4 step planning list, or a daily stop doing list. 21 days is a short enough period of time to give you hope of completion, but long enough to form a new habit.
I also suggest that you only work on one or two new habits or disciplines at a time. That’s a minimum of 17 new disciplines and habits you can form in a year—that would revolutionize your life!
90 days—Pick a theme of growth to work on, and then commit to it for 90 days. In Mastering the Rockefeller Habits, Verne Harnish talks about having a quarterly theme for your business. I think you should do that with your life as well. This could be a “Get Fit” theme or “Magical Marriage” or “Servant Leader”; whatever significant improvement you would like to make in your life, focus on it for a 90-day stretch.