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Planning for Success

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Alicia Strozinsky

on 15 January 2013

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Planning for Success Dr. Jay LaGuardia, CCWP Success starts with Planning and Preparation. Not planning connects you with the wrong people/events/environments/habits. "Randomness." Proper planning will connect you with the right people/events/environments and habits. Success is simple
once you accept
its difficulty. Planning your day Most people fail to plan for success. Success is a habit. 2 Major obstacles to success 1. Overcoming procrastination 2. Getting a handle on time management pro·cras·ti·na·tion [proh-kras-tuh-ney-shuhn, pruh] noun: the act or habit of procrastinating, or putting off or delaying, especially something requiring immediate attention. Planning doesn't make success easy, just simple. All Paths to success take planning. What to plan for? Everything! 1. Work 2. Family 3. Spouse 4. Personal 5. Personal Development 6. Hobbies (fun) 7. Fitness 8. One free day Are you struggling
with your schedule? Do a 2 week time journal. Evaluate how you are
spending/wasting your time. Tips to Become efficient with your time 1. Plan your day/schedule/calendar. 2. Block out your time. Be specific! 3. Get ONE big thing done first in the morning for momentum. 4. Prioritize your to do list. 5. Make a commitment to following your schedule. 6. Eliminate unnecessary
communication. 7. Avoid getting sucked into emails/texts/calls. 8. Set daily deadlines. 9. Create environment for maximum productivity. 10. Follow a strict sleeping schedule. 11. Surround yourself with competent people who you can delegate to. "I don't want to be
that rigid! I want to
be spontaneous!" That's fine. But the fact is,
you'll fail to achieve your goals. Success requires sacrifice. It's your choice. Remember... Freedom comes from structure. The more efficient you are during your work time, the more freedom becomes your reality. Most people don't have a time problem, they have a planning and execution problem. Dave Kekich Credo:

"Cherish time, your most valuable resource. You can never make up the time you lose. It's the most important value for any productive, happy individual and is the only limitation to ALL accomplishment. To waste time is to waste your life. The most important choices you'll ever make are how you use your time." Shut everything down (Electronics). Have a scheduled end to your day. Spend the rest of the day with family knowing you maximized your day.
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