What is an Action Plan?
Change your thinking, change your actions, change your success!
Begin by designing a simple roadmap placing your 2017 goal at the top. (instructions below)
NOTE: Take all the time you need to plan each step of your goal. As insurance against failure, take all the time you need to plan the small steps inside the bigger steps.
Next, list a few possible plans, taking the time to anticipate both positive and negative impact on the 8 life categories above.
Choose the best plan to achieve your desired goal
Expect and accept any kind of change triggers a little chaos in your life.
Create mini-action plans for each step in your strategy.
Answer: an Action Plan subdivides the overall goal down into several lists detailing each step which is then broken down even further into mini-steps. Each step needs:
It’s own mini goal (within the larger goal). An intention – answering the questions;
Successful completion of your goal begins with successful completion of the mini-goals within each of the larger goals. Complete the mini-goals and the bigger goals slide into completion more easily. Celebrate every mini-goal completed as a huge win! Change how your think! Change how you ACT!
Some roadmaps are written onto timelines.
Some people prefer a notebook.
Others prefer to work with post-it notes and file cards they can move around at will, until they create puzzle pieces that fit together to complete the goal.
Whichever method you choose, feel good about your goal being workable and exciting. Stay energized by celebrating every win.
There are two areas that will block you from moving forward with your goal.
1. Old stories, issues or situations have left a perception about your inability to be successful. This includes your old standby solution; the one you always turn to that is sure to bring you back to the same old outcome. Repeating old failures with new goals reinforce your perception of never being successful.
2. Resistance - Unconscious resistance shows up when you need to make decisions to move forward. Sometimes resistance shows up as bright shiny objects to divert you from getting started. If this is the issue, can you practice noticing resistance and then doing one new action to kickstart your work.
To deal with old stories that form resistance patterns:
Review the story, memory or situation that keeps popping into memory or distracting your sleep.
In searching for Resistance, you will find that resistance comes from a story line you don't want to acknowledge because you will have to face something about yourself.
Consider: If your option/choice/decision brings you back into a similar storyline, you will automatically resist beginning to work through this new goal.
If you are having trouble starting to put your goals onto a timeline or even look for the options to begin to work on your goal, it may be because your goal has an old story attached.
To move past the old memory ask these questions below each story and answer them in writing.
What is your Ahaaa moment in reworking this story? What will you do differently next time?Courageous Path Empath Support provides unique support to empaths in all walk of life, all ages, and all three genders. We hope that this goals and success template helps to get you thinking and acting differently. If you have questions or need a little more direction please be sure to contact Support@CourageousPath.com or use this Contact Form.
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