Last time we talked about “Dreams”, and I made the point to Dream Big because that is how people do great things. No one became President of the United States by wanting to be a County Commissioner. Once you Dream Big then you are going to want to write your Dream down. Once a Dream is written down it becomes reality. It is now a realistic target or goal, and now it is time to formulate a plan. The planning process is a time to really get out the thinking cap because this is the heart of the goal setting process.
During this part of the process I recommend finding someone who has already accomplished what you are trying to do and compile as much information as possible on the life of this individual. You will want to find out everything that person did to obtain that goal. For example if you want to be a great American Weightlifter, I would read and research as much as possible about people like Jon North, Kendrick Farris, Donnie Shankle, and/or Wes Barnett. Find out who coached them, what was their program, what did they eat, how did they recover, and any other facts that are important to reaching that level. Then research new and better ideas and formulate your plan. This plan will continue to grow and evolve as you learn more and meet new people, but the original plan is crucial. That original plan will put you on the right track, and it will keep you from making those initial mistakes.
This process works for everything in life. If you want to run a profitable gym, ask me. If you want to be President, study Abraham Lincoln. Don’t just Dream It! Write It Down, and Make a Plan! Next we will finish the process, and explain how it all ties together.
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