Achieve Your Goals in 90 Days
Set your intention/goal and focus on the positive outcome. Always choose the outcome and work backwards to break down the goal into small tasks. What you focus on, whether positive or negative, expands.
Keep a 90 Day Notebook:
First you need to answer these questions. What are your goals? What are your top 5 outcomes? What are 5 reasons you will succeed?
You can create your 90 day action plan by following these steps:
Step 1: Determine your top 5 outcomes for the next 90 days.
Step 2: Determine the actions you need to take to accomplish your top 5 outcomes.
Step 3: Now take your top 5 outcomes and break them down into 3, 30-day outcomes.
Step 4: Determine the actions you need to take to accomplish each 30 day outcome.
Step 5: Determine weekly outcomes for the next 30 days
Step 6. Determine the actions you need to take to accomplish each weekly outcome for the next 30 days.
Step 7: Determine daily outcomes for the next 7 days.
Step 8: Determine the actions you need to take to accomplish each outcome for the next 7 days.
Every 7 days repeat steps 7 – 8.
Every 30 days repeat step 5 – 8.
Every 90 days repeat steps 1-8.
I suggest putting these daily tasks into your calendar or on your daily to do list and check them or cross them off as they are completed.
Within 90 days, you will transform many areas of your life. Each 90 Day run will allow you to review your performance, enhance your strengths, and overcome your weaknesses. Your 90 Day run will provide the structure to get the results you need. Start your 90 Day run today!
Network Marketing 90 Day Action Plan: Got Goals?
Angela’s noted based on article by Heather Stephens on 10/1/2010 in Mindset
90 Day Action Plan: Got Vision?
The first step I take in creating my 90 day action plan is to create a 90 day vision. Vision is a big deal for me, maybe because I’m such a visual person as it is, but it helps me to really break down my dreams into bite size pieces instead of having those lofty 90 day action plans with goals that I’m not likely to reach.
What do you envision for your life 90 days from now? Grab a notebook and craft a 90 day vision statement, written in the present. What have you accomplished, what have you experienced, what adventures have you had?
90 Day Action Plan: Got Goals?
Write down a few goals for each category and a few action steps you can take toward achieving them for any of the areas below. (Feel free to substitute any categories as you feel is necessary.) I recommend choosing 3 to 5 categories to focus on for your 90 day action plan.
- Business Goals
- Personal Development Goals
- Education Goals
- Health Goals
- Relationship Goals
- Financial Goals
- Spiritual Goals
- Home/Organization Goals
Refer to this list of goals and your vision statement every week as you plan out your weekly calendar. Stay focused on this list throughout your week. (I keep mine right in my day planner clipped to the page that has my week on it.)
90 Day Action Plan: Got Activity?
Without activity your action plan is not really in action is it? I’m challenging myself to come up with one activity a day I can do in each of the categories so that at the end of the year I will have made significant strides towards my goals
NASA has proven that it takes 30 to 60 days of doing something new every day to create a new pattern. If you can do this new behavior for 90 days, it will in most cases became a permanent lifestyle change.
Behaviour psychologists have shown that significant change requires an “early win”. Some
evidence that our efforts are yielding success. It takes about four days to create a little weight
loss. That’s also the time it requires to get used to eating less. In other words, if you can get past
day four of a new fitness or eating regimen, things improve. Utilizing this technique you can lose
weight by “sneaking up” your exercise and “sneaking down” your food intake in four day
increments. Try dropping your food intake by 100 to 300 calories and taking 500 more steps each day for four days. Then cut another 100 to 300 calories and add another 500 steps for four more days. Repeat until you see a weight loss and feel stronger. It will feel strangely easy to stay the course when you break it down into four day increments.
Because this takes patience at first (it will soon become highly motivating), it’s essential to reward
yourself for meeting the four day goals. Make a list of things you love, from watching TV to
hanging out with your favourite people, to a pedicure or thirty minutes of uninterrupted reading
time. Reward yourself with one of these guilty pleasures each time you meet your four day goal.
If you “fall off the wagon” or veer off track, start the four days over. Remember you can make any change for four days. Break your goals down into four day increments, reward your successes and stretch yourself for the next four days. Soon you will have made significant changes for thirty, sixty, and ninety days, four days at a time.
Are you ready to get started? Find a quiet place, sit down and spend some time evaluating and answering the following questions:
- What marketing worked well for my business in 2014?
- What marketing worked well, but could have done better in 2014?
- What marketing did I do in 2014 that didn’t work well at all?
- The marketing that I did in 2014 that did well, performed well because:
- The marketing that I did in 2014 that failed, failed because:
- In the next 90-days, I define my target market as?
- Will I change the geography I target?
- Will I target a different income level or demographic of consumers?
- Will I target product-oriented users, service users or both?
- In 2014 my consumers could be defined by target market as?
- What marketing vehicles will I use in the next 90-days and why?
- I really need to work on enhancing, concentrating or revising my marketing message by:
- In the next 90-days my marketing budget will be?
Now use the answers to these questions and chart them on a 90-day timeline. Set your start date, your end date and what you will do in between. Evaluate weekly how your plan is working, make changes where you need to and adjust when necessary. When you list out what has to happen in the next 90-days, you’ll have a clearer picture of priorities, a realistic working plan, and the results you’ll generate.