It seems like the more focused I’ve become, the more distractions have increased around me.
As I struggle to remain dedicated to focusing on my goals, life is working really hard to distract me from moving forward.
Sometimes I feel like I want to quit and question if it’s all worth it.
Then I remember that life is a series of peaks and valleys. It ebbs and flows.
While things may seem to be tumultuous and chaotic, the distractions will not stop me.
Why? Because I have a plan.
Creating a plan for my life has helped me to deal with the challenges, setbacks, and disappointments that have occurred.
The distractions aren’t going to stop. The fear isn’t going to cease.
Instead, I have to learn to live with them.
Once I accept the fear and chose to move beyond it, I am putting my faith into action.
This requires stepping outside of my comfort zone and challenging my fears.
The one thing I did to move beyond my fear was create a plan.
You can’t know where you are going if you don’t know where you are heading.
The biggest change I’ve helped clients with is time management.
I’ve found we spend a great deal of time pondering on the plan instead of actually executing it.
We spend far more time focusing on all the things we want to accomplish instead of the one or two top-level goals.
This is counterintuitive and overwhelming.
What is your plan for your future?
The way to begin working towards your future is planning for it.
The things that you plan for and work towards will ultimately be the things that you create.
Where do you see yourself one-year from now? I’d love to hear from you.
Ready to create a plan? Start here.