These are just some ideas and suggestions. Feel free to adapt, change or modify the top two adventure goals for yourself. Break your top two goals down into small steps and include an action plan for THIS WEEK! If the goal is not compelling enough for you, go back and make a more compelling goal. Having a concrete plan for your goals is essential.Read More
"If you don't design your life plan, chances are you'll fall into someone else's plan. And guess what they have planned for you? Not much." - Jim RohnRead More
1. Write down your vision at the top. (e.g. Change jobs, lose weight, run a marathon etc.)
2. Then, break the process down into small steps starting with what you need to do in 6
months, then 3 months, 1 month and finally 1 week.
3. Be very clear about the steps to achieve this and seek advice from professionals if needed.
4. See the examples above for more information and tips.
Brad Pitt’s character, Tyler Durden, holds a gun to the head of a convenience store assistant while asking “WHAT DID YOU WANT TO BE?”. Pitt’s character is obviously using a violent threat, but in an unusually encouraging way. He wants the assistant to follow his dreams so much so that he threatens to kill him for not following through. When the assistant eventually answers that he’d like to “veterinarian”, but that there’s “too much schooling”, Pitt’s character gives him an ultimatum to follow his dreams. Not the typical example of encouragement.Read More