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Where will you be in ten years?

Posted by Craig Summers on January 1, 1970
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Here is a great question. Where will I be in ten years from now if I keep going the way I am going? Reflect for a moment on last week and ask yourself this question – “If I do exactly what I did last week, every week for the next 10 years where will I be personally, professionally, spiritually, in my relationships with those I love and care about the most, how will my health be, what will my bank account look like in 10 years from today?So many people fail to realize that success at anything in life is the result of little successes achieved over a very long period of time. That is why obesity of the #1 preventable killer in the world today. People are looking for the quick fix – for a pill or a magic diet.We are not willing to make those small sacrifices and stick with it for the long haul. Truly successful people are long-term thinkers. They know that they must build upon each achievement and constantly learn new and better ways of doing things. A regular review of your progress is essential part of goal setting. A goal is a little more than a wish unless it has a timetable for completion. Make sure your plan for your life includes short, medium and long term goals. Revise your goals as things change…check them off when they are completed and set new bigger goals for yourself as you grow. And take time to reflect often to make sure you are on the right track.Make it a GREAT week!!!!For a FREE List of 3 Plus Bedroom Paulding County Homes under $150,000 with prices, addresses, and descriptions click the link or fill out the form below.