The Key to Discipline is Tracking
Most of us in business know we have to track our hours, track our sales efforts and measure our achievements for superiors, clients, etc. But in your personal life, tracking can be equally effective. Successful weight loss companies know this well. They have their people track calories, food portions, food weight, etc. And you can do the same thing with any goal or target by measuring your results.
I do this myself to see how many push-ups I've done, how long I meditated, which exercise I did, certain readings I do, and any other specific goals I have. It works so well- the kid in me loves seeing the checkmarks, stars or stickers I use to measure the behavior. If you'd like a blank chart (30day grid) to add your goals, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you one. Keep me posted on your progress-
I'd love to hear from you.
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