A LIttle Time Is Better Thank No Time
I hope that by now you have found a block of time that works for you for your weekly and daily goal planning. If you haven’t already established a consistent routine, whether it’s daily or weekly, you need to take both a hard and soft approach to this new challenge.
First, you need to be firm in making a commitment to do this for yourself. Obviously, you want more success in your life or you wouldn’t have signed up for this Automated Personal Coach series. So commit to seeing this through. By the end of the year, you will be managing your life more effectively–count on it!
But you can be gentle with yourself about the time you spend. If you really can’t squeeze 20 minutes from your morning schedule, then accept 10 minutes. Even 5 minutes is better than nothing. What is most important is that you get into the habit of spending regular time to connect with what matters for you. Our experience is that if you start small so you can keep it up, you’ll find yourself getting hooked on the benefits and the results. And then it will be easier to block more time. Trust this. So find what’s going to work best to get you into this new routine.
“The ability to concentrate and to use time well is everything.” –Lee Iococca