Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful (part three).

3 - PrioritiseAccording to Brian Tracy, there are four lists that we need to utilise in order to get successful at setting and prioritising goals.

Here they are:
1. First, you should create a master list on which you write down everything you can think of that you want to do some time in the future. This is the place where you capture every idea or every new task or responsibility that comes up. You can then prioritize tasks later.
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Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful (part two).

2 - Visualisation

Have you ever imagined living in a place, say, an area in your home town, or a different city, only to find that some time later you were going there to live?

This has happened to me several times over the years and I’m quite sure I played no other part in the process than to imagine living there. And I’d never even heard of visualisation at the time.

Here are 2 facts about visualisation:

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Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful (part one).

In getting started with putting our Self-Empowerment Alliance online, the first thing I done was to open a Facebook page. And, just to get started, I ran a series of posts entitled, “Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful.” It’s quite possibly a sort of ‘run of the mill’ collection of habits that may well help one become successful, but, I thought I’d run with it anyway. In order to make it a little more interesting I added some text in the pic description area, (some of them quite lengthy), and BOOM! I knew, as I was writing them up, I had some potential blog posts right there on Facebook. So, I’ve decided to run the sequence again, this time on the blog. After all, if you want to read something, the last place you might look would be a pic description on any social media platform. Wouldn’t you agree?

So, here’s part one.

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Getting Started

Last night I was plodding my way through some tabs I’ve had open on my browser for what seems like months. My goal? I wanted to close some of those tabs. I’d kept them open so that I could get back to them, later. I never had. I currently have at least 30-40 tabs open on my browser. I need to get these either closed or bookmarked for future reference.

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