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When I accomplished something on my checklist, I would check it off. Each time that i checked off something, I felt a sense of empowerment. Now there were a few things, sepcifically in self-care category where consistency was key. In those things, I kept a daily log. When I had done them everyday for 21 days, I would check it off. It is proven that it takes 21 days to change a habit.
One of most important things that helped me as I tackled this huge goal was support and accountability. I picked people that I trusted to be my support buddies. I made them aware of goals that I had set for myself. I checked in with them regularly, sometimes even on a daily basis. I let them know what I had and had not accomplished for that day.
Ultimately what happened is I started to hold myself accountable. I continued to have support, but I no longer needed to be accountable to them.
It has only been about 6 months since I swtarted my checklist and I have completed almost everything on my list. Anything in life is possible. I am proof of that. I encourage you to pick something to work on and break it down. The feeling of accomplishment when you've completed a big goal is an awesome feeling. Just remember to take it one step at a time! Good Luck!
My name is Lynne Kaska. I am currently in the process of becoming a life coach. My goal is to help you to become the person that's been hiding for so many years. My goal is to help you to achieve all of your goals. If you feel that you can be more, do more, and have more, then I encourage you to visit my website at www.visionarycoaching.com.
Always, Lynne Kaska