This is a short post and a friendly reminder that you don’t have to be great to start but you must start to be great. Write your goals.
August’s Goals + Results
I ended up watching way more than 3 hrs worth of TV. Damn you Moesha.
It wasn’t all bad.
I did end up getting a ton of motivation from the Chicago Bulls documentary. If you haven’t seen it, I encourage you to watch it. It’s less about basketball and more about what it takes to consistently be great.
I also watched the Master P documentary and some of the Ruff Ryders documentary. Tons of business lessons in both.
Although I enjoyed every bit of tv, I still didn’t meet my goal of less than 3 hours.
I didn’t drink a gallon of water during any 1 day throughout the month. Tisk tisk.
I did finish 2 books! I read Dotcom Secrets by Russel Brunson. It’s about how to build funnels to grown your business. It’s a good read if you’re into that kind of thing.
I also read Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy. It’s about being disciplined and getting more accomplished in less time by prioritizing your work and being disciplined enough to complete it.
I meditated about 1/3 of the month. Didn’t hit the goal but there was some progress. Meditation helps me with my anxiety and it’s been helping me cope with the loss of my grandmother.
My approach is a little different this month. I’ll try to pace myself a little more so I’m not down to the wire at the end of the month cramming stuff in.
Successful people know where they’re going or at least they have a strong idea. They know this because they WRITE THEIR GOALS.
Write your goals, even if they’re small. Write them. Put it in your notes app, in a tweet, on a whiteboard, or on your fridge. I don’t care where you put them, just make sure you have at least 1 thing you’re looking forward to.
Hit me up on Twitter or drop a comment here and let me know what your goals are for the month.
Share this with someone you think is looking for a little extra motivation.