I have a clear vision in my mind for the life I want to live and experience. But I know that achieving that vision requires more than just a dream. It requires a plan.
Knowing what I want is just the first step. It is a small, but critical step. However, more is required.
Knowing and doing are two different things. Knowing what I want is insufficient to make it a reality. Luck is a lousy plan. Relying on luck gives up responsibility and control.
I prefer to make a plan and work that plan to the best of my ability. When I have a plan to achieve my desires, I am taking control and responsibility for my life. I am giving myself the gift of turning my dreams into reality.
I avoid the need for luck when I actively work toward achieving my desires.
I have a plan for everything that I want to accomplish in my life. I spend time each day implementing my plans and measuring the results. I know that I am getting closer to reaching my goals each day.
I have a plan and I execute it to the best of my ability.
Today, I set aside time to create a plan for achieving the things I desire. I commit to taking consistent action in accordance to my plan.
1. What do I want to achieve and experience in my life?
2. What is a reasonable plan to accomplish those things?
3. What obstacles do I face in my life? What can I do to overcome them?