The other day I mentioned that I'm a big fan of setting 90-day goals in order to create a sense of urgency, motivation, and accountability.
Here’s how to do it.
1) First, you want to break life down into 4 major categories. Many people like to define those categories as health, wealth, relationships, and experiences.
I've revamped mine as follows: - Faith (prayer, reading my bible, church attendance) - Family (marriage, parenting, extended family) - Fitness (exercise, nutrition, sleep habits) - Finances (earning money, budgeting, saving)
2) Next you want to pick ONE goal, from each of TWO categories, and then establish THREE actions that you're going to execute daily/weekly in order to bring you closer to those goals.
As an example of a how one might establish a fitness goal and related action steps, here is how I did mine in January:
After realizing that I'd been slacking in terms of managing my weight, I decided that my goal was to lose 20 pounds over the course of the following 90 days.
In order to achieve my weight loss goal, I committed to training in the gym a minimum of three times per week, staying below a specific calorie target, and consuming a specific minimum amount of protein each day.
3) Finally, you want to tell someone about each of your goals and planned action steps in order to have them hold you accountable.
Once you've established the plan and got your accountability in place, the only thing left to do is execute it.
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