Make sure you focus on doing those activities that put you in the best position to achieve your goals every day. If you have something scheduled and you realize you don’t have time to do it completely, sometimes doing part of something is better than doing nothing. For example, if you have a goal to work out one hour each day (I know most of you think this is crazy, it’s an example) and you realize that you now only have 30 minutes to workout. Is working out 30 minutes better than just doing nothing on this goal. Sometimes we realize we can’t do what we set out to do 100% so we don’t do it at all. That isn’t helping you achieve your goal at all – when you do nothing. Something is always better than nothing at all. It is easier to do nothing but that certainly isn’t helping you achieve your goals.
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