development books a year, exploring new ways to earn passive income, set a deadline to finish writing my book and carving out more family time. I usually go through a few phases:
I am incredibly enthusiastic about my goals and immediately start working on them. The steps to achieve my goals are fresh and new, and I can often see real results from those steps. Even if those real results are small, they seem
wonderful because they’re moving in the right direction.
My initial enthusiasm fades and I begin to see how long it will take to achieve real results. The thrill of making good
moves is gone, and the minor drawbacks of those good moves often come to the forefront.
Once I push through the valley, I often come to what I call the Hallelujah Phase. The Hallelujah Phase comes when I have truly incorporated most of the changes needed to make to achieve the goal into my life and the positive progress toward that goal becomes a natural thing...Read More