“Bad habits are easy to develop but hard to live with”, according to Brian Tracey, a well-known motivational teacher. But he also says, “Good habits are hard to develop but easy to live with”. If you’re reading this post, you may have decided that it’s time for you to make some changes in your life.
Step 1: Identify Your Three Greatest Accomplishments In 2011?
Even if 2011 was a challenging year for you, odds are if you look close enough there’s something somewhere to be proud of.
Step 2: Analyze What You Learned from Each Accomplishment?
Now that you have identified your three greatest accomplishments, go back to each one. This time though identify exactly what you learned or were reminded of by each of them.
Step 3: Identify Your Biggest Disappointments Of 2011?
Practically every company and individual resists analyzing their mistakes. That’s a shame because this is where the best learning comes from.
Step: 4 Set Limits
Set limits for the things you do regularly such as household tasks, email, etc. Try to stay within the limits you have set for yourself. Today – try setting limits for a few things in your life and tomorrow, try to stick with them.
Step 5: Analyze What You Learned from Each Failure or Disappointment?
No matter how great everything in life is going – we all make mistakes. The trick here is to really analyze them, what preceded them, what could you have done differently, and how can you prevent them in the future.
In Addition – The stronger your faith the less likely will the negativity affects you and the more likely you will reach your goals and dreams.