Goals are good things.
But what good are goals without a plan of action to help achieve success?
If You Fail to Plan, You Plan to Fail
Success is not an accident.
If you want to be successful with your running goals in 2015, you need to come up with a viable plan. For example, my running goal for this year is to run 1300 miles, and I’ve gone less than 20 this month. Why? Just about every day I think about going running, many days I have even wanted to go running, but my “plan” is to run when I get everything done for the day.
Guess what? As a solopreneur, everything is never done, and therefore, the runs haven’t happened as often as I’d like.
So how will I be successful at achieving my goal for the year? It won’t happen by accident, that’s for sure! Read more