Nobody plans for failure, right? Maybe. But not planning and setting long-term goals, you just might be planning to fail. Listen in to this week’s podcast and discover four self-care hacks to help you plan for success.
Do You Plan for Failure?
When you don’t plan for success, by default, you plan for failure. And who wants to plan for failure? This week I talk about planning for success instead of failure. Listen in and walk away with four self-care hacks to help you start planning and stop drifting.
For years I’ve planned for failure…well, for years I didn’t plan and I always wondered why I didn’t achieve much. Now I know why. Making the switch to planning felt selfish at first, and maybe even a bit unchristian. After all, we’re supposed to follow God’s plans, right?
But planning isn’t selfish, nor does it go against anything in the Bible. If we make God part of our planning process (and I highly recommend this), we’ll discover that we can make plans that honor him and help us work towards becoming the best version of us.
Books and Links Mentioned in the Podcast
Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy
Free to Focus: A Total Productivity System to Achieve More by Doing Less by Michael Hyatt
Hacks for Avoiding Failure
Don’t forget to listen in to this week’s podcast to find four actionable hacks to help you start planning for success. Because after all, we all want to succeed!
Share Your Success!
If you’ve found a great planning tool, share it with us in the comments! Everyone has different learning styles and preferences, so what works for me might not work for you. I’d love to hear what works for you!