Success Through Little Bites

One of the major impediments to achieving your goals is to not figure out all of the
steps needed to get to them. The key to this is to create sub-goals. This means that
you need to take a goal and break it up into bite size pieces.
Start with your your top goals and create sub-goals which can be reached in shorter
periods of time. You can then do the same process with your sub-goals. Below each
level you need to determine the detailed steps for reaching the sub-goal.
As you break up the goal into smaller bits, you need to figure out how long it will take
you to complete each step and what resources you will need to achieve it. These
resources will also drive out other goals that you need to accomplish.
This is where you need to start fitting all of the puzzle pieces of your goal plan together.
You will use the timeline and resources to figure out which step needs to come before
which other ones and how they all interrelate. As you link the steps together in your
plan, you can also figure out which steps can be done concurrently. All of this will piece
together into your hierarchical goal plan. The lowest level of the plan becomes your to
do list for daily action.
One final thing to remember is that the plan can change. You need to spend time each
week looking at your plan, figuring out what is working, what isn’t, and what changes
you need to make. By breaking your goals up into little bites and regularly reviewing
and adapting your plan, you will find your way to success.

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