Tag Archive for: Action plan


Are you or should you be? To your goals that is. This hit me when one of my friends from the gym saw me today and commented that I must not be committed as I did not make it in for my regular workout time of 05h30 yesterday. My excuse was that one of our kids was up a few times over night. However excuses be gone, come hell or high water I will certainly be there for tomorrow.

When you think about it, are you committed to the successful attainment of your goals? If you are not, or worse if you don’t have your goals written down ( shame on you if that is the  case) then you are just breathing and not really living.

If getting out of debt is your goal. Then you should write your goal

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Fired or fired up!

This is not a pep talk, it’s a reality check. Look at your track record, are your results what you want them to be? If not you should either get fired or fired up. By this I mean act as if your were your own boss cause in reality no matter what you do or where you work you are! Think about this for a moment, you did not just wake up today and discover that you were 50 lbs over weight, 150K in debt and in a job that you hated. This was a long time coming and possibly you just realized that today is the day that you are going to do something about it. You have to realize that what you have been doing in the past was not working and should be “fired” and that you … Read more

Star or supporting part?

Put it this way, if there was a movie made of your life, would you be playing a leading role or a supporting part? By this I mean are you making the decisions that determine the overall direction of your life, or it is some other party like a spouse or boss? Don’t get me wrong, this is not a recommendation to act like a dictator. I simply mean that if you do not have clearly defined goals and plans to achieve them, then you are working to help someone else achieve theirs.

Believe it or not, it is not that hard to do. You can start small and work up. What do you want to achieve tomorrow, next week, next month and next year. Then describe in vivid detail what your long term goal looks like once it has Read more