Assess, Revamp, and Adjust to Continue Your Progress – Daily Quote

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We are nearing the end of January. Almost one month into the new year and I am still working on my New Year Resolutions. I know many people have already abandoned their hopes and dreams. Statistics tell us 80% of New Year’s resolutions fail by the second week of February. If you made a fitness-related resolution, then the second Friday in January was the fateful date when commitments crumbled. My goals are audacious, ambitious, optimistic, and exhausting. This month has shown me I was too confident with some and overly generous with others. No worries, I put on my editor hat to assess, revamp, and make needed adjustments.

I decided to shorten some goal’s finish dates and remove them from my list. However, bumping the timeline affects the remaining goals. Since I am struggling, it is clear they need extra work. I extended their timelines, added steps, and created more precise details to augment the process. There is a benefit to completing the simple goals first. Once finished, my time available to work on the more challenging goals expands. It is the current plan, anyway.

How are you progressing with your goals?

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Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

6 thoughts on “Assess, Revamp, and Adjust to Continue Your Progress – Daily Quote

  1. I’m afraid my plan is very simple. It might be better called an intention than a plan. Meaning intention as a good if unspecific thing. I have no resolutions for 2021. I plan (intend) to continue what I’m doing that is good and try to do better. Probably a naive approach except that for me it’s doable. Your planning sounds much better.

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