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  1. I love that acronym. SMART! Those are some great tips as well. I’m no good at scheduling but really need to get with the program. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Great post– I always really appreciate your tips. They absolutely motivate me!

  3. I find that power naps help me out and recharge my battery. Sometimes I purposely stay up all night to get my stuff done just so their won’t be any interruptions.

  4. Great post, thank you for this. I am very quickly learning that indeed, if I don’t schedule something in, it will not get done!

  5. I definitely need to work on putting timelines onto projects and sticking to it. I tend to be a little too flexible with things!

  6. I love the Suck It portion of this. It is so true!

  7. Time-bound. That’s the one I need. I have lots of plans, but I think I may drag them out too long. I end up working myself to death that way because I can never see the end.

  8. You always have the best tips for reaching a goal. It’s funny, but your outline resembles our care plans in health care. I guess working toward a goal takes basically the same route. I always feel motivated when I read one of your posts.

  9. Such great tips! I always try to break down a plan if it seems insurmountable. Taking things step-by-step has helped me reach many goals but it’s always good to remember to do it! Thanks!

  10. I need to hold myself accountable more for my goals. I’m good at planning, but sticking with it is hard.

  11. These tips are very useful for any kind of planning. It always helps me to break tasks down into smaller parts. Much more manageable that way.

  12. Everytime I read your posts I get inspired. I’m a bit stuck now and I agree that Yes, the hardest part after making a plan is taking action. Tomorrow is another day and I hope I can take this advice to heart. Thanks!

  13. I attempt this all the time! I attempt to schedule or TAN but I always get back to how things were! I think being messy and disorganized is what makes me comfortable ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. I like to set a plan when I tackle all projects – it is the only way for me to get task completed.

  15. These are great tips! It’s so important to schedule your tasks and carry through with the schedule.

  16. This is great advice for a to-do list or even weight loss. Thanks for the plan of action and step by step.

  17. Holding yourself accountable is one of the best ways to actually get things done and reach your goals!

  18. This is a lot of great advice! Like always, you break down the information into small bite size tidbits. Good job!

  19. The hardest part for me is time management and sucking it up and DOING it! Thanks for the motivation.

  20. This is a really SMART plan after all! I really need to suck it up lately…I have no motivation being pregnant and have been totally slacking on everything lately. I have to fix that asap!

  21. I have to agree with Kelli… “Suck it Up” is the best part. To me that has always been the biggest part of accomplishing things… especially those those parts that I dislike most.;)

  22. My favorite line.. Suck it up.. lol That’s actually something I say to a lot of people. Sometimes excuses need to be ignored and you just need to suck it up and get it done. Great tips! Sometimes I need to hear that myself ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. Just like what my husband said before, you must step up, grow up, and do it. Somehow, scary or not, we just got to do it. Great tips like always and there is something to be learned. Thank you!

  24. the tips are wonderful and significant, simple and quick to understand.

  25. These are so practical tips, I do have some plans lined up for this year, but just taking the first step is what I really need to do… hope these plans get realized. Thanks for sharing all these wonderful and timely tips!

  26. Great tips! I’m really good at the planning stage but not so much with the action. I’m working on that this year. ๐Ÿ™‚

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