Archive for November 14th, 2014

If you fail to PLAN, you are planning to FAIL

ben failing to planThis is my follow up post regarding “Create your own Blueprint”. PLAN is another factor to consider if you want to be successful in whatever career or business that you are into. Without the plan, you may simply fail. For me, these words are almost perfectly correct. If you want to become successful in anything, you have to have a plan. Right?

Majority of the population (count me in BEFORE) leaves its faith to what many call LUCK. It’s a sad reality but it happens in real life. Yes I agree that there is really such thing as luck or lucky person and miracles do happen. However, please don’t just sit there and do nothing. You must do something towards your goals. Gold’s will not just drop in front of you from out of no where. You need to dig it. And how to dig? That’s where the PLAN should take place.

Most success and achievement come to those planners who know what they want and what they need to do. Do your self a favor and grab a pen and paper. Write down your plan or blueprint. Make it Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-oriented. Write down a plan, calendar your desire, calendar your activities, list the persons who you think can help you out. Make a time-table. Write down and then delete all unnecessary activities that have been holding you back.

The plan is where you put both your short- and long-term goals. Don’t make other people steal the quality of life that you desire by a simple act of negligence. Be perfectly aware of what you want to achieve. Be specific as to when you plan to get it. If that’s money, put into your paper the exact amount. If it’s promotion in your job, write it down.

Start controlling your life by having a plan of your own. Create your own blueprint for success and see how far you can go from where you are now. Your plan will give you the drive and the reason to achieve and fulfill something for your self, for your family, for your community, and for your country.

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Just always keep in mind that you need to develop one goal at a time. Although many of your goals will be interdependent, isolating each goal during the planning process will ensure that each meets the specific tests necessary to reach well-defined goals.

 

Wishing you Abundance and Success,

Abraham Sig