Goals need timeframes and consequences.

Otherwise you’ll get stuck in the trap of “I’ll just keep trying”.

That leads to 0 improvement.

1. Set a concrete target.

2. Set a concrete timeframe to reach that target.

3. Identify clear activities to do that should help you reach that target.

If you have not reached the target by the end of the timeframe, do the following:

1. Double check whether the target is a good one. Meaning, do you care about the target? Do you have real incentives to hit that target? If not, change the way you define the target.

2. Change the actions that you are taking. Do something uncomfortable. Do the things that you know will help you to reach your goals but are not comfortable.

^Day 105/90 140 words

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