1. Write down goals with a deadline.

We all have ideas and goals we want to achieve. We dream big but how many of us truly act on those dreams?, not many.  When you brain has sparked that goal that you want to achieve put it down on paper. Write down the goal, the process of achieving it and give yourself a deadline to get it accomplished. Short term deadlines are very good to have.  Force yourself to get going and be a productive thinker.

2. Surround yourself with Doers

I was told as a young boy that birds of a feather flock together and the 5 people you spend the most time with will become your future. Big ideas love to feed off of other big ideas. Surround yourself with people who are finisher, doers and individuals who are committed. You are the battery to charge your network. So stay around bright smart individuals.

3. Use your time wisely

True champions use their time very wisely to achieve goals set. Your time is so important and having it structures correctly is a major part of you daily regimen. Create a weekly pre-plan so that you are aware of where you are spending your time and with who. Sometimes have a routine works best.

4. Take no short cuts

You’ll get nowhere doing the same thing over and over again. Don’t take short cuts of any kind. Take the proper steps in anything your trying to do no matter how long it takes. Its better to do it the correct way the first time. This is your dream so its worth way more than a short cut, correct?

5. Assume everything will take longer and cost more.

One of the worst things that happen to dreamers are they under estimate the cost and time of achieving their dreams. Give yourself a good buffer of time and cost. Financially you want to save more than what you think you need to start and allow yourself more than enough free time to activate your dreams.

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