A Bad Bitch’s Guide to Slaying Your Goals with a Consistency Calendar and Action Planner + Get yours free!

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One special tool I’ve found that has helped me with goal setting, staying focused and following through is a calendar and action planner.

 

Like a vision board, I keep a consistency calendar in plain sight and take it with me daily to keep me on track. This is a major tool that helps keep many people on task and successful.

 

The action planner works in conjunction with the calendar to help you get a good and clear grasp on what it is you want to accomplish. The planner will help you pick your goal, which might seem too big to accomplish, and break it down int actionable and attainable steps. Additionally, the action planner clears out the clutter by helping you go through an analysis of your goal, giving you space to foresee any possible problems that may arise, and will get you really clear about your reason for going after this goal. Knowing these things head of time are key to keeping you consistent when it gets really tough to continue or you lose motivation.

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How it works:

  • First set aside some time to actually work on what you want to accomplish. Dream, visualize, ponder, and think of what you would like to do.

If you don’t know where you’re going, you’re not going to go anywhere, and more importantly, how are you going to know when you get there?

  • Pick a goal that is specific, a challenge, and will propel you to action. It is also very important to pick a firm deadline. “someday” is not a good deadline.

“Move out of your comfort zone. You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new.” –Brian Tracy

 

  • Create your action plan by reverse engineering or working backwards on the things you need to do to reach your goal.

  • Break down your goals into bite sized chunks and segments. I like to plan week by week, especially if the goal is an overwhelming one.

 

  • If your goal requires less structure try and do the part you dread the most, first – get it over with. And keep it at the forefront of your brain by keeping it visible. Not letting yourself forget about your goals, and being consistent will increase your chances of accomplishing them exponentially.

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  • Reward Yourself!!- Give yourself mini milestones and rewards for marking off tasks and reaching milestones. This reward system will help keep your momentum going. Accountability checkpoints are also great to make sure you’re staying on top of it.

 

  • Do not forget to catch yourself when negative thoughts try to creep in and do a positivity switch. Be realistic in your goals and what you can consistently do. Take necessary breaks to help prevent burnout. Starting small and grow with a growth momentum mindset is always a great idea and allows you to see success early on.

“By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be. Put your future in good hands—your own.” —Mark Victor Hansen

 

We can’t just talk about what we want, dream about what we want, think about what we want and expect it to happen with just thoughts and hopes alone.  We have to take BIG ACTION toward our goals. You may be going hard, but can you go harder? You may be pushing yourself, but can you go further? I believe that anyone can have whatever they want in life, if they work toward it consistently

I want to offer you all this simple tool to help you smoothly get to point a from point b like a pro so you can start slaying those goals today!

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