4 Simple Steps To Track Your Progress Towards Your Goals
Take your calendar and plan on organizing your time around achieving all your goals.
Each week you will have specific goals that you want to accomplish. Throughout each week, you will have a To-Do list that you will work on every day.
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This is the foundation of keeping track of your progress and also accomplishing your goals.
Where do you see yourself in the future in every aspect of your life?
Share your goals with your spouse or a good friend.
When there is someone else other than yourself holding you accountable, you are more likely to get your tasks completed throughout the week.
If you are constantly looking ahead and never taking the time to celebrate your accomplishments, you will most likely get burnt out.
When you get burnt out, you lose the motivation to stay focused on your goals.
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