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3. Create a plan

Based on where you are and where you want to go, what is a logical plan to get there? Remember that you have six months and plan accordingly.

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Regularly measure your progress. It’s important to know how you’re doing so you can make any adjustments. How will you know if your diet and exercise plans are working if you never get on the scale?

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"A good goal is something that you believe is possible but would be challenging. It should also be something that makes you excited when you think about achieving it."

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It’s hard to stay focused on a goal for six months, and it’s easy to procrastinate. Set short-term goals that lead to your long-term goals.

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Record your feelings, plans, ideas, results, and observations. You’ll get a kick out of looking back on your journal someday.

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What does it takes?

It takes time to undo a lifetime of bad choices, but you’d be surprised how much you can accomplish in six months if you’re committed and take consistent action. You can make a huge change in your life in just half a year.

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Understand where you’re starting. If you want to increase your savings account to $10,000, you’d best known your current balance. The same goes for your weight if you’re trying to lose weight.

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If you want to lose weight, you exercise and diet habits are important. Your habits have a tremendous impact on the results you achieve in life. Good habits yield good results.

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You’re probably not going to create the perfect plan right out of the gate. There will be a lot of fine tuning along the way. Stick to your goals but be willing to change how you accomplish them.

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Even with the best plans in the world, nothing happens until you take action to reach your goals.

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The 2 ways you can approach your habits: Progressive and Consistent
  • Progressive. You start off easy, make it a little bit harder each time, until you eventually do very difficult things, with a lot less effort.
  • Consistent. Do the same thing, with the same expectations, each time. You don’t aim for growth, but maintaining the same, solid baseline.

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