(Continued from last week)

6. Find a way to be rewarded as you go; a runner sips water continually; she doesn’t gulp it down at the end.

7. Start feeling and acting as if the goal has already been reached and then just do what it takes to ‘finish’ it.

8. Eliminate the consequences of non performance and just work on taking daily actions instead — get your juice from taking the actions versus comparing to the goal.

9. Set an earlier end point and orient everything around reaching the goal by then.

10. Change the goal so that it CAN be reached easily — who says you should pick only the tough goals!


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