Is there something in your life holding you back? Have you ever stopped to consider it could be your own thoughts and your lack of goal setting? Are you thinking positively about your goals and dreams? Have you made a plan of how you will reach them? If not, you could be the only thing holding yourself back from achieving what you truly desire out of life, especially in your finances. Be deliberate and plan for your future. Don’t let your future just happen.
Josh Cantwell is not only a real estate coach but someone who has achieved his goals through these 5 Steps to Success. Josh shares these five simple ideas on success and you’ll see they don’t involve money or hours spent away from your family and friends. Rather, they involve you being intentional with your life and decision making process. Here are Josh Cantwell’s 5 Steps to Success:
- Sit down and think. What do you want out of life? What are you willing to do to achieve the goals?
- Spend time writing down the goals. Be precise in what you write and specific with amounts, strategies, and final results.
- Look at the goals every single day. Read them when you wake up and before you go to bed, at least.
- Make specific plans to achieve the goals. Deliberate intention will win every time over just accepting whatever comes.
- Work your plan, every single day. This is your life, what will you make of it? You have the choice to perform at your peak or you can just accept whatever happens.
The single most important concept in the entire world: you become what you think about, most of the time. So, think about your goals, your objectives, and the steps you are taking to achieve these goals. You will become what you think about.
It is a widely taught philosophy that you are what you think about, most of the time. If you think about success in any area of your life, make a plan for it, and work towards that plan, it will be realized.
By taking control of your life in this simple manner, every area begins to fall into place. You are thoughtful of how you spend your money, what you eat for lunch, the amount of exercise you perform, the books and movies you enjoy, and even the amount of sleep you get at night. These types of actions will all affect your growth and goal reaching, yet when you ensure that each time you make a decision, it is intended, the results will differ than nonchalant decision making.