Big Ask Question of the Day
Big Ask Question of the Day

Episode 23 · 7 months ago

Are my daily actions aligned with my long-term goals?

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Today's question is...

Are my daily actions aligned with my long-term

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It's time for you. Can't juststops big ask question of the day. Welcome to you can't just stop theplace for quietly stubborn entrepreneurs with big goals and dreams. After encountering hundreds ofI achieving athletes, entrepreneurs and world changers, I've discovered that many times their impactcomes from the questions they ask as much as the actions they take.That's why I invite you to answer a question each and every day to reachyour goals. Are My daily actions aligned with my long term goals? Well, one of the sayings I like is show me your calendar and I'll tellyou your goals. And boy, if you were to look at my calendaror my daily schedule, you would probably not see the goals that I thinkI'm working on. You would see a bunch of distractions, squirrel moments,busy work. You would think that I'm,...

...you know, trying to make facebookrich. Maybe if you looked at my daily activities instead of looking atmy goal sheet. And Yeah, yeah, I think a lot of us havethis issue. We get bogged down in the daytoday life, in thebusy work, and we forget about our goals and we're not we're not matchingthose long term goals with our daytoday activities. So what can you do today thatwould get you back on track for that? ME, recently I've started. I've started trying to map out my day before it starts on a physicallyon a calendar, blocking out time for this, this, this and thisand that. Way I can put in my actual goals work, my longterm goals in there, not just my need to get done list. Andmaybe that's something you could start doing. Or you've got a different method.Doesn't matter. Whatever works for you, but how do you get your dailyactions in line with your long term goals?...

And there's something to think about fortoday. That's all for today's question. For more great questions to help youachieve your goals, download my fifty favorite questions at you can't just stopcomquestions or subscribe to the Youtube Channel at you can't just stopcom youtube. SeeYou tomorrow.

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