Are You Seeing Measurable Results For 2011?
We are giving you the 4 steps which are crucial to making 2011 your best year ever, and ensuring your success in business and in life. This is Step 4 – Celebrate and Fix. If you missed Step 1 – Decide and Visualize, please click on “5 Minutes A Day Can Transform You To Have Your Best 2011″, Step 2 – Designing Your Plan for 2011, and Step 3 – Taking Action and Being Accountable.
Reviewing Step 1 – Decide & Visualize
Have you been doing your visualization sessions daily for the last 3 weeks? Congratulations! You’re already feeling the difference and you are excited to start each day because you know why you are following your plan everyday!
Reviewing Step 2 – Designing Your Plan
We have our plan mapped out for the rest of the year, and we are following the plan each day right? This means we will get to our goal because a map always leads to it’s destination.
Reviewing Step 3 – Taking Action
How did you feel about taking action each and everyday? Keeping gauges can be cumbersome at first, however, it tells us why we have not gotten results in the past. Once we are willing to “just do it”, our gauge sheet looks really good and it Will lead to Great Results! It may not be too much fun in the beginning because we are not skilled at this action step yet. Any skill worth developing is worth the discipline of a lot of practice in the beginning. After a while, we will get better, the task gets easier, and before we know it, we have mastered the skill!
Step 4 – Celebrate & Fix with Personal Growth
We’re almost there… We now start each day by investing 5 minutes a day to transform our life, we have our map to follow, we are in action daily and keep gauges on our action plan. We are feeling really good and maybe a little tired, because we have been working harder than we ever have in our life! However, we also feel really good because we know we are now traveling a different road from 2010. It’s a little scary and yet very exhilarating at the same time.
A Mentor Will Encourage You To Grow
As we are learning new skills and transforming our life, we must leave the “old habits, beliefs and values” behind. This can be very challenging during our transition. Transforming our life is really like the caterpillar who decides to transform into a butterfly. The caterpillar must leave all of his thoughts of being a caterpillar and embrace his new thoughts of BEing a butterfly. A mentor is someone who is where we want to be and to whom, we will be “teachable” and listen to their words of wisdom. After we have kept gauges for 30 days, we want to review them with an experienced mentor and have a “Celebrate & Fix” session. A mentor will tell us where we should continue our plan, and where we should change our plan to assure we will be on the road towards our visualized December.
Here’s Kellie explaining Step 4:
At times it may be “tough” to hear the truth from our mentor, however, we chose them, therefore, we must trust their words of advice for us. I have “bit my tongue” many times and have had many cries because I knew “I Had To Get Better”!! Then I remembered Jim Rohn saying “For Things To Change, I Had To Change and For Things To Get Better, I Had To Get Better”! I vowed to get better each and everyday!!
The Last Homework Assignment You Will Ever Have To Do
Your homework for this week is to find a mentor if you don’t already have one, ask for a “Celebrate & Fix” session (now that you have 30 days of gauges), and then follow your mentor’s advice…exactly. Then do the 4 steps for the next 30 days, and have another C & F session after 60 days. Then do the same steps for another 30 days, and have the 90 day C & F session with your mentor. If we have followed this plan and our mentor’s advice, we will already be seeing huge changes in our results, how we are feeling, and we will know what to do for the next 90 days!! Congratulations for following through on The Best Year Ever in 2011!
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