To paraphrase Dr Joe Dispenza: “Unless you are driven by an exciting and compelling vision for the future, you will be at the mercy of your habits and routines of your past, making your life very mundane.” That’s great if you want more of the same, however, if you are sick and tired of being sick and tired of your predictable life, the answers to “The BIG 5 Questions” is a great starting point.
- Do you know what you are aiming for in 2020?
- Does it excite you and is it written down?
- Do you have a plan to make it happen?
- Have you got the daily routines to ensure you achieve it?
- What would you need to believe about yourself to achieve it?
Right now, there are Australian agents who need hope for a better future, a plan to achieve it, the systems and routines to ensure maximum implementation and an upgraded belief in their abilities.
No matter if your desire is for better health, more wealth, stronger relationships, more travel, more charity, or all of the above, unless you have the vision, plan, routines and absolute self-belief, chances are you are setting yourself up to fail even before you begin 2020.
Momentum is key to success in 2020 and I want to ensure you gain massive amounts of it in during these critical early days of the new year.
That is why, answering “The BIG 5 Questions” during this month is key to setting your sails in the right direction.
Writing the answers to “The BIG 5 Questions” in a journal is an important part of the process.
There is definitely something magical about capturing seeds of thoughts and transferring them to words on a crisp white page of paper.
What I do – and I share it in my book Your Best Days Are Ahead Of You – is to buy a journal and write the answers to “The BIG 5 Questions” on the front one or two pages.
Then, I continue to write in it daily, by answering the following questions;
- Yesterday’s wins
- Today’s gratitude
- Today’s intention
- Today’s goals
- Future gratitude
This journaling process coupled with a daily focus on “The Big 5 Questions”, is a great way to build momentum, stay on track more often, and move you closer to your desired future reality.
Plus, constantly ticking off your daily goals and being proactively grateful increases your self-belief and your self-confidence grows daily.
Now the only thing missing – and you can’t avoid this critical element of this winning formula – you have to do the work.
There are no free kicks, only the one in the butt for not doing the work.
Now go for it.