In the previous challenge, you committed to achieving a specific goal by the end of this year. More importantly, you identified an accountability partner who would help you stay on track.
As you may recall, I also mentioned that your probability of accomplishing a goal goes up to 50% if you create a plan for how you will do it. That may sound like a lot of work. But, a plan doesn’t have to be complex to be effective.
I feel like complexity sets you up for failure. Elaborate plans are harder to follow and have too many moving parts.
A simple plan with consistent execution is a more reliable path to success. So, what is your plan for achieving the goal that you have in mind? Have you reviewed your plan with your accountability partner?
I know that I’ve mentioned James Clear before (the author of Atomic Habits). At this point, he would say, “Commit to a process, not a goal.”
I do like setting goals as a “flag on the horizon” to help me chart my direction and track my progress. But, James i…