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Visualize your goals (no, really)

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Probably the biggest reason I’ve started to succeed in my workout goals is this flimsy piece of paper.

Notice the lack of workouts/exercise at the beginning of the month? I didn’t have the paper yet! I did it about halfway through, and although it’s not a 100% fix, it sure got better once I had the accountability of a visual reminder. (This is my second month using a paper chart, and for May I’m going to write out the chart before the month even starts!)

This may not be what makes sense to you. Maybe you need a to-do list on your phone (I have one of those as well). Maybe you need to write things down on a piece of paper. Maybe you need a white board, or a giant chart like Gretchen Ruben did in The Happiness Project (which I apparently forgot to tell you about. Coming soon).

But whatever it is, you need to figure it out and get on it. I’m trying to figure out what will make me most productive in other areas too. Testing, testing! Will share when I have something figured out.

Until next time, lovely people!

Jenna Anderson


One thought on “Visualize your goals (no, really)

  1. Good job!My latest effort to achieve a organized way to establish goals and reach them has been to use Mind Mapping.It looks like that’s what you are doing on paper which is fine.There is a free software you can download which works really well called XMind6-I think you would like it!Good luck.

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