5 Tips to Succeed and Achieve in 5!

As you begin Achieve in 5!, here are five concrete tips to get you in the right mental space to succeed.

1) Suspend contact with negative people – they’ll drain your energy and instill doubt in your mind.

2) Write your Achieve in 5! goal on ten 3×5 cards – Place a card on your refrigerator, in your wallet or purse, on your bathroom mirror, on the dashboard of your car, on your desk at work or home, next to your bed, on your computer, and any other places you frequent. The purpose is to keep your goal constantly at the forefront of your mind.

3) Make it convenient to Achieve in 5! – If your Achieve in 5! goal involves writing, have paper and pen with you so that you can jot down thoughts. If it involves exercise make it simple, walk or do floor exercises; forget the gym. If it involves reading, carry the book or material with you.

4) Make your goal public – tell a few trusted friends, post your goal on the Achieve in 5! Facebook page or as a comment on this blog. Let people you know your goal. It helps with accountability.

5) Be kind to yourself – If you miss a day, don’t fret or blame yourself. Just start again the next day. Start early the next day so that you don’t miss two days.

Have fun as you Achieve in 5!


5 Tips to Succeed and Achieve in 5! — 4 Comments

  1. I’ve learnt over the past year that by setting a goal and meticulously working towards it, it is totally possible for us to achieve our goals. Here are 5 steps that I’ve found helpful in make our goals a reality.

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  3. In part, optimists achieve more because they expect more, and as a result work harder and more persistently toward their goals. But it is also partly a self-fulfilling prophecy – optimists encounter fewer negative events in their lives because they take more proactive steps to avoid them.

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