By Andy Lewis

Clearing Mental Roadblocks - Moving Towards Success

One step back and two steps forward. What if we turn on music and make it a dance? What about being determined to resolve anything that stands in our way to reach our goals? What are the goals? 

I'm currently reading why most small business' don't work and what to do about it. One concept explains how a business is a vehicle to reach your life goals. How clarifying those long term goals allow for an action plan with quarterly goals, milestones, steps, and tasks. Which can then be broken into SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound).

I started this process. I worked out something to start with, was happy with the result for the time being and said "I know that's not the final version, but it's at least a start"-- checked ChatGPT - "are these SMART goals?" (the response was a nope with some clarification on how to make them specific, measurable, achievable, and time-bound). 

I began thinking with more clarity. I realized I had a lot of personal documents and papers etc. I needed to deal with first and went after tackling those. I got to work clearing the mental road ahead. With a super rough looking map, I began the alignment process. 

This concept branches off in many directions, but another conclusion I came to is not to talk too much about projects you're working on unless they're ready to be shared. And there's much to do.




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That's all for now, thanks for reading.