What will you do differently this week than last week? What will you stop, start, and continue? In the moment, you are aware of many different things happening. These include what you need to be doing, your goals, things that need your attention, things that interrupt your focus. What do you need to start, stop, and continue?
Make time to read your personal vision. A vision needs to be a constant to remind us of where we are going. Keep your eye on the target. Don’t compromise your vision. If your reality is different than your vision, use that gap as a driving force. There is no need to exaggerate and complain about reality. Look at it as it is. It’s not about distance, but about are how accurate you are in seeing the distance.
Are you being honest with yourself? Start by asking different questions each morning. What do I want to create? Where am I at right now? What has to happen to position what I want to create? Catalytic questions put you in the domain of your vision. Answer these questions.