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The next time,

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set a little higher goal. Not much higher, just a little higher.

Again, select goals that you know you can achieve. And ones that will build your confidence that much more.

The next step is to make your goals Time-bound.

That is, you should set a time limit for their attainment and for the periods during which you give them your attention. Is 30-days the right span? 3 months? 180 days? 2 Years?

This helps you keep on target, not be distracted, and encourages you to complete something you’ve started.

‎”What you get by achieving your goals is as important as what you become
by achieving your goals.”
~ Henry David 

Not only will this help you to realize success at a pre-designated time, but you will enhance your self image by accomplishing your goal.

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pumped up full of enthusiasm and a sensation of expansion and possibility. It’s often someone else’s vision, not yours, that you hold. AND there is no true desire for it so no goals are set and acted upon. Six months later? Perhaps you’ve got insights and know how, but no measurable difference in your life.

So, deep inside the anxiety and churn continues.

Outside, the overwhelm and stall out and frustration that you’re not making any headway keeps chewing at you.

What’s missing in many of development programs, even if you uncover your own personal Vision, is the action of turning the Vision into real world practical observable Goals.

For the lack of a goal no plan is made …

For the lack of a plan no action is taken …

For the lack of action no result is made …

So no Vision makes it out from behind the habits of our thoughts and behavior into the world.

To create the conditions that create Breakthrough Results, after we craft a Vision that inspires us AND share it with others so they can be inspired and support our achieving it…

It’s time to turn it into a list of real world steps we’ll take to move from where we are today towards that specific Vision.

That means making the commitment to converting Visions into Goals so that you’ll follow through in action: doing what ever it takes to find the information, tools, resources and relationships that will break through the fog that keeps us stuck in “How Things Work Now.”

Into the light of “How We’ll Get Things Done NEW.”

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Breakthrough Action Plan

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□      Select the result you want to have ‘different’ in your life, in your business

□      Set aside 15 minutes uninterrupted to focus your thoughts on that idea

□      List all the things you know about ‘why things are the way they are’ – your current beliefs – about the way your life or business is now operating

□      Write down the key obstacles, frustrations or aggravations in each of those areas

□      Write down your wishes and dreams for each of them

□      Prioritize the order in which you’re willing to examine and shift those items

□      Share your list with others who you want to have involved

□      Mark time on the calendar to take on the first one on the list you’re ready to challenge

□      Add all the new assumptions you uncover to your list

For a taste of 10 highly valued elements of the home study program that regularly create Breakthroughs, be sure to visit www.Free.YourBusinessBreakthroughSystem.com

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Enough of “Management On The Fly-bye”

by Linda Feinholz February 1, 2011

Want better results from your meetings? Here’s a stealth technique and it’s not what you expect: Eliminate “Ad Hoc” discussions. You know – those conversations you hold when you run into someone in the hallway? Or when you “just happen to stop bye” their office because you were in the neighborhood. It takes 20 minutes […]

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Business Management Strategy – Discover 5 Keys For Your Business Success

by Linda Feinholz May 23, 2009

“Linda, how can you say that there are 5 Keys to success in business? Isn’t that oversimplifying the issues?” I am asked that question all the time and I love it. What I have discovered from building my own business, and consulting and coaching entrepreneurs and professionals over the years is this: There really are […]

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Team Building for Small Businesses – Can Your Really Serve 100 Clients In 100 Days? (Yes, You Can!)

by Linda Feinholz May 17, 2009

The most important asset in your business is the solution you provide to your customers. The second most important is the team you have created to deliver that solution reliably and repeatedly. The fastest way to serve 100 customers in 100 days is by expanding your thinking beyond “I do it myself.” Let me give […]

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Business Management Tips – Top 7 Ways To Screw Up Your Business & What To Do Instead

by Linda Feinholz May 8, 2009

In entrepreneurial and small business, the greatest challenge is to grow the business while at the same time stop doing everything yourself. This is an enormously important part of building any business successfully. Over the years of consulting and coaching business owners and entrepreneurs, I’ve uncovered quite a few ways to mess up your efforts. […]

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Business Productivity – Are You Making Any Of These 3 Deadly Productivity Mistakes?

by Linda Feinholz April 29, 2009

Your daily productivity is a very important element in your business’s overall results. What you do with your own time, attention and energy will make or break your entire team’s business building efforts. So let’s take a look at 3 of the biggest and deadliest mistakes that entrepreneurs, professionals and business owners alike make, and […]

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Small Business Management – Is This Your Solution To The 5 Things You Need To Be Successful In Business?

by Linda Feinholz April 17, 2009

You basically need just 5 things to thrive in business. Focus, leverage, leadership, management and passion The really good news is that everyone can master these just by giving them your attention. Focus Being able to stay focused is the first key to small business success. There will always be new options, new opportunities, new […]

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Team Building for Small Businesses – Endless Waves of High Payoff Productivity

by Linda Feinholz April 11, 2009

High Payoff Teams are one of the best ways to bring endless waves of productivity to your business. Whether your team consists of a handful of folks, or you have 50 people in different functional areas, when you use these techniques, you won’t be able to stop the productivity if you wanted to. 1. Hire […]

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