When a new year begins we all set new goals with great fervor and re-commit ourselves to big changes; THIS year it will happen. But December is so far off that many of us quickly lose sight and fall into our old, comfortable patterns, at least until the end of the year or maybe a birthday when we scramble to show some sort of progress.
Unless you’re a superhuman who always achieves your new year resolutions, you probably have given up on a goal or two in life. No more! My new favorite book, The 12-Week Year is here to help you accomplish more in 12 weeks than most people do in a year!
The basic premise of the book is that by using a shorter deadline, you are less likely to slack, as your goal is always on the horizon. It also helps you to break down your lofty 12-week goal into manageable weekly goals, which then dictate your daily schedule – all with useful worksheets and examples.
The 12-Week Year doesn’t have time for whiners and excuse-makers either. It provides a lot of motivation for ways you can keep yourself accountable, after all, no one else is responsible for your success.
If you struggle with getting things done, no matter how many to-do lists you create, I highly recommend checking out The 12-Week Year to help you focus, plan, commit, and achieve your goals.