Sunday, January 26, 2020.
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Stick With It!
Stick with it! How well you follow through with your plan determines your success. You make things happen only by seeing them through to the end.
When the going gets tough, the tough do not go shopping. They stick with it until it's done right!
Today's Idea For Action is from the TQ Make Plans Color: Work Your Plans Until You Succeed or Find a Better Way.
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Now, ask yourself the following three questions:
- Are you committed to seeing your current project completed no matter what?
- What's the next step you need to take to keep a current plan moving along?
- How will the plans for your current project show up in tomorrow's schedule?
So, Just How Committed to High Achievement Are You?
Think about it. How well and how often do you actually do Make Plans Factor 5J? (Work Your Plans Until You Succeed or Find a Better Way.) No question, this is a major driver of personal and professional success.
A high commitment (5J rated 8 or better) suggests you are a person who can be counted on to complete your plans. You're that "one in a million" who sets a goal, makes a plan and then actually works the plan. You are methodical, with a high bias toward taking action. You continuously find a way to take the right action steps and discover the right way to proceed. When you hit a road block, you persevere until you find a way over, under, through or around the obstacle.
A lack of commitment suggests you are someone who has a long list of plans that have never been completed. Many plans never get off the ground, because you haven't even taken the first step. Others are in varying stages of completion -- because you have either deviated from your original goal -- or are no longer following your current plan. Few of your plans achieve the outcome you originally predicted -- and with only limited success as your reward -- you lose the motivation to draft new ones.
What happens when you do TQ Factor 5J more frequently?
You have more power. Your plans succeed because you diligently pursue each to completion.
You accumulate performance positives like "Determined, Industrious and Successful" -- immediately moving you towards the results you expect.
What happens when you fail to consistently do TQ Factor 5J?
You have less power. Your plans fail, because you fail to work your plans.
Negatives like "Unreliable, Distracted and Undisciplined" start to take their toll on your performance -- quickly moving you away from the success you want.
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