So as I am sitting here thinking about what I want to write to you today, improvement comes to my mind.
Improving your life.
How can you improve your life?
Can it really be this simple?
Sir Winston Churchill says:
“However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally stop and look at the results.”
Here’s what most people don’t get…
We ALL have a strategy.
Not having a strategy may be your strategy.
Doing the same things over and over again and expecting a different result may be your strategy.
Ignoring problems and the things you want to do in life and sweeping it under the rug is a strategy.
The question posed by Sir Winston Churchill could be, is your strategy working for you??
How is it going??!!??
Are you happy, content, and fulfilled right now?
Or are you open to improving your strategy?
Then how about add on Peter Drucker’s advice to what you’re doing…
“If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.”
So, what do you want? (AKA: Results.)
Measuring your current strategy over the last 30 days, is it getting you closer to what you want in life?
If not, then what adjustments and tweaks can you make to your strategy, ASAP?
Getting what you want doesn’t have to be so hard!
The “data” to track and improve on it can even be a fun process.
Just a process of, what worked, what didn’t and what next.
This is a SIMPLE but amazingly powerful process I invite you to go through today.
Hope this helps.
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