January 19th is known as “Quitter’s Day.”
Do you know why?
It’s because every year like clock-work, people start doing their year-in-review posts and making their new year’s resolutions. But come January 19th, also like clock-work, 80% of them start to fizzle out.
“I guess I forgot,” or “I had too much stuff on my plate,” or “I just got so damn busy.”
Shane Parrish, founder of Farnam Street probably said it best: “New goals won’t give you new results. Change what you’re doing to change where you’re going.”
That’s what this episode is all about, helping you establish a better system for setting goals and seeing them through.
Click the flash-player below to listen now:
Listen in as we discuss:
- Why most new year’s resolutions don’t work (and what to do instead)
- Why accountability is the key to sticking to your goals
- Understanding outcome based goals vs system based goals (and why you need more system based goals)
- Knowing your ABZ’s and why it’s important to work backwards to reverse engineer your goals
- Introduction to the Accountability Mastermind
Other Ways To Listen:
- Click here to download the mp3 | 31m:13s (Right click and hit “save as”)
- Subscribe in iTunes
- Subscribe via Spotify
- Subscribe via Email