If your grind is big, if you’re already discipline at working toward your goals, if you’re a habitual goal setter, then planning might seem like an unnecessary task because you’re used to getting up and getting straight to it. If you’re used to doing instead of talking and is conditioned to be or is naturally good at organizing what you’re going to accomplish, then planning might seem like a distraction and time-consuming liability. But for many of us, we want to discipline ourselves in the area of planning, preparation and practice. We want to know where to start. Do we write down our goals everyday? Do we do a vision board for years to come? What happens when things change and our plans are interrupted? How do we adjust? Listen to Quindell Evans as he reflects on these questions on The Blue Poet Tree Podcast.
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