Picture It

Can You Picture it?

Can you picture it?

Is there something in your life that you want changed? Or is there a goal that you want to achieve? What is the most important thing to do in achieving it? (Other than reading my book coming out this month TimerOrganizer—shameless plug). You need to Picture It. You need to picture it with gratefulness, not hope; appreciation, not anxiety. If you can’t picture “it” this way, perhaps it is not your true desire. Maybe it is someone else’s or societies. If something is your true desire you feel at ease and excited.

Are You Prepared?

If what you want requires preparation, then get going! This is really a trick question, since I cannot think of anything that you want, that you don’t currently have that does not require preparation. If you don’t know off hand what you need to do to prepare for what you want then take a pen and paper sit down and write what you think you may need to do. Then go research what you need to do to get you there! (were you close?)

Make a Plan!

Now you know what you need to do to prepare yourself for what you want; so go make a plan! How long will it take? How much free time do you have to devote to it? How much will it cost? Do you need to get sponsors? Create a timeline and make a plan—be sure to include some extra “secret cushion time” that I discuss in further detail in TimerOrganizer.

Now Make it Happen!!

It may seem like you have done a lot already and you are tired…but this is just the beginning. Now is the time to do you what you said you would do! Try it for just one day; make your plan for one day as easy as you possibly can so you can insure success. (This will make more sense if you read my book TimerOrganizer) Rest assured you will increase your productivity, right now you want to learn how to truly appreciate the good feeling of accomplishment!
Ok, well I can’t give away all of my secrets; checkout TimerOrganizer when it hits the shelves later this month! Keep posted as to the exact release date to come.
Sherri Sue Fisher, author of TimerDiet and soon to be released TimerOrganizer

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