baby steps methodology:
- Have a blueprint
- and know where you want to go,
- and know where you don’t want to go – what to stay off.
- Find something to do and do that with vigor until it is complete; be focused and intense.
- Then and only then do you move to the next step.
- If you try to do everything at once, you will fail. do only one step at a time and in order by your blueprint.
- If one step fails, go back and rebuild it. restart from there.
- After a step is complete. don’t wonder. Aim at the goal again. know where to go, and what to stay off, and do the next baby step.
- Aim at the goal and nothing else. – is the only way to win.
recipe for a blueprint:
- for example: measure what you have, and
- see what is required or possible. start from something then dream big then dream big again. many people sad after achieving because the did not ask for more. because time is spent up already.
- choose baby steps: go over different options on how to get from where you are to where you want to be as small baby steps.
- choose the optimal options based on success rate and make it your plan.
you don’t do it in your life, why you do it with what is important to you.
- You wouldn’t build a house without a blueprint, so why do you spend your lifetime’s huge allotted effort for this achievement without a blueprint?
- We Don’t wonder in our life when we ask for service. but we seem to think that when we do it, this will work out., i guess it is because of a habbit to consume.
- so if you want to provide the service of achieving it yourself for yourself. you have to plan and know where you want to go and what to stay off. and dont wonder go there.
Achievement isn’t rocket science, which is a good thing for me (and probably you).
Winning at Achievement is 80 percent behavior and 20 percent head knowledge. What to
do isn’t the problem; doing it is.
Most of us know what to do, but we just don’t do it.
If I can control the guy in the mirror, I can achieve anything.
No, there are no secrets, and yes, this will be very hard.
Hey, if it were easy, every moron walking would have been achieved anything.
It is human nature to want it and want it now; it is also a sign of immaturity.
Being willing to delay pleasure for a greater result is a sign of maturity. However, our culture teaches us to live for the now. “I want it!” we scream, and we can get it if we are willing to do silly stuff. Doing silly staff means to obtain the “I want its” before we can afford them. by even making something bad to oneself.
The way you eat an elephant is one bite at a time:
Find something to do and do that with vigor until it is complete;
then and only then do you move to the next step.
If you try to do everything at once, you will fail.
for example: If you woke up this morning and realized you needed to lose 100 pounds, build your cardiovascular system, and tone your muscles, what would you do?
If on the first day of your new plan you quit eating, run three miles, and lift all the weight you can lift with every muscle group, you will collapse.”
Aiming at the goal and nothing else is the only way to win.
You have to know where you are going, and by definition know where you aren’t going, or you will never get there.
for example: I fly a lot, and I never get on a plane and think to myself, I wonder where this plane is heading? I know where I want to go, and if I’m heading to New York, I stay off the plane heading to Detroit. When I get off the plane, I don’t catch the first cab I see and say, “Why don’t we just drive around a while because I don’t have a plan.” NO! I tell them the hotel and street where I want to go. I then ask how long that will take and what the fare will be. My point is that we don’t wander aimlessly around in any other parts of our lives, but we seem to think that will work with a particular achievement.
You can’t get ready, fire, and then aim with your particular achievement, and you can’t try to do six things at the same time. You are trying to get your particular achievement. Period. You will have to focus with great intensity to do it.
You wouldn’t build a house without a blueprint, so why do you spend your lifetime’s huge allotted effort for this achievement without a blueprint? Jesus said, “Which of you, intending to build a tower, does not sit down first and count the cost, whether he has enough to finish it . . .” (Luke 14:28 NKJV).”
Around our office, the counselors can predict who will make it, based on how “gazelle-intense” they are. If they are looking at a red line on the refrigerator door and yelling,
they have a really good shot. However, if they are looking for a get-it-quick scheme or some
intellectual theory instead of sacrifice, hard work, and total focus, we give them a really low
gazelle rating and a low probability of achievement.”
So you must draw a line in the sand and say, “I will never be not achiever again.” As soon as you make that statement, there will be a test. Trust me. Your problems will pop out, something else will scream and yell for attention.
It is almost as if God wants to see if you are really gazelle-intense.
At this point, you are ready for a change in your habits, burn off the bridges to your not-achievement behaviors and what supports it. I’m often asked, “Should I burn off the bridges to your not-achievement behavior now or when I complete everything with them off?”. Burn off the bridges to your not-achievement behaviors and what supports it NOW. A permanent change in your view of Doing silly staff is your only chance.
IT’S NOT COMPLICATED
One of my pastors says that living right is not complicated; it may be difficult, but it is not
complicated. Living right at achievement is the same way—it is not complicated; it may be difficult, but it is not complicated.
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