How you structure your days, your weeks, your time, who you hang out with, what you’re listening to, what you’re reading, the influences around you, the people you spend time with….all of these things must be highly strategic in order for you to navigate the road to success.
You must be strategic with your time or time will control you and your results.
What do you want in life? Where do you see yourself in 5 years, 10 years from now? What does success look like for you? Strategies are tied to your goals, and if you don’t have a goal that you’re working towards, then you can BET that you’re working on someone else’s goals. You’re helping them achieve success, while only dreaming of success for yourself.
If you want success (I mean unbelievable amounts of success, you need to be strategic, have a plan, work the plan)
You must be strategic with the negative influences around you, or you’ll start doubting yourself.
You must be strategic with that inner voice that always whispers to you that you can’t do something, that you’re not worthy, you’re not smart enough or good enough……and if you don’t SHUT THAT INNER VOICE DOWN it’ll control your life. Actually it’ll ruin your life because it will keep you from believing in yourself and pushing yourself out of your comfort zone.
You must be strategic with what you watch, the news you read, the books you read, and the music you listen to. Or else you’ll waste all this time on fluff, or pointless dribble, instead of actively investing in your career.
Start each day strategically.
You should NEVER start your day not knowing what your daily goals are and how they align with your ultimate vision.
You should always start each day writing down your vision, writing down your goals and then acting on them.
Be strategic in every single thing you do. Having a strategy gives order to your day, it motivates you to keep going when the long-term payoff is still too far away for you to see. Being strategic helps keep you organized and on schedule for success.