Ever wonder how some people hit their goals over and over again? Time after time, they deliver on their promises to themselves and others. Meanwhile, you feel like you’re repeating the same mistakes.
It’s not for a lack of effort. You’re trying your best. But you’re not getting what you want.
It’s like trying to build a house…without a blueprint. Sure, you have a general idea of what it should look like. You might even have the materials you need.
But with no process to follow, you’re likely to work very, very hard and end up with something that doesn’t hold together.
The secret to consistently reaching your goals is having a proven system in place. Use a design built to win each and every time.
Systems are all around us, from the inner workings of our bodies to the process a fast-food chain uses to get our orders made and in our hands.
It’s time to sit down and create the first draft of your system. Keep it simple. A checklist is a great place to start!
You can use a system you’ve learned—adjusting it to fit your needs—or start from scratch. Do what works best for you!
Systems are the backbone of delivering results on a reliable basis. If you need a little help getting your first draft started, check out my course, Delivering Results Effectively, for more actionable advice. You can find it on LinkedIn Learning by going to davecrenshaw.com/deliver.