“The neglected dreams are too easily killed” – John le Carre

Take as second and think of the things that are most important to you in your life. Now answer this question: if you only paid attention to something you claim to be important once, maybe twice a year would you honestly be able to convince yourself (or anyone else) of it’s importance? Take a loved one, pet, or something else that requires attention and care and we’d call that neglect.

Most people who actually write down their goals, do so only once a year. If you don’t even consider the goals you have set for yourself on a daily basis, how do you expect to even remember that you set the goal in the first place, let alone achieve it? Stop the neglect!

Writing your goals down when you wake up and before you go to sleep helps give you structure and accountability. This also helps me keep your goals in the forefront of your mind constantly. Many of my goals are so big that they might not happen for years or even decades so if I don’t constantly remind myself of my goals, it’s really easy to lose track of my purpose and get back on the hamster wheel. Will your fail to do it some days? Absolutely. I forgot to write my goals down last night, but I got up this morning and was right back to it. I don’t spend too much time worrying about it because I’ve looked at my goals 180 times since the beginning of the year which well exceeds that measly one time average of most people.

My challenge to you is to download the Goal Sheet if you haven’t already and spend some time filling it out. If you have more than one goal, great! Write them all down. I write 12 down everyday ranging from my relationships with my spouse children, financial goals, business goals, philanthropic goals, and health goals.

Once you have your goal, find an old journal or buy a new one and write that goal down every morning and every night. When you find yourself stressed or battling obstacles grab your journal and write your goal down. Keep in mind the fact that if your goal is truly important to you, you’ll treat it like every other important thing in your life and give it your attention daily.

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