The “End All Be All” Master Plan

How many times do you create “the end all be all” master plan for something.

Whether it’s your business growth, your health, or whatever.

Then 2 weeks later you’ve consciously or unconsciously abandoned it.

Or, maybe you’re “changing” it to match your new inspiration.

A few weeks later, you’re back to rewriting a completely new “end all be all plan!”

This is wandering at its finest.

I’m speaking from excruciating experience.

If this sounds familiar, here’s my two cents:

  1. Gain perspective: Have someone (the right person) look at this plan with you and poke holes. There are things you can’t see when creating a plan for yourself – this will solve most of your problems.
  2. Make a plan that’s solid and stick with it for a specific period of time. If you need to change the plan, run it by that person first.
  3. Have clear objectives. What does finished look like, exactly? Be specific. Create a Box.

You’ll get better at this with practice. You won’t get better if you just keep repeating the same mistake.

Focus on it, observe your behaviors, and make the change.