Life has ups and downs. Write it down, so you can see the net results.

I can remember when I first started my company retirement savings many years ago. I had a small 401K and I watched it every day. It went up and down on a regular basis and was quite confusing for me at the time.

The truth about me is that I am not a patient person. I wanted to see my money go up, never down. That is not very realistic for most of us when investing.

I think of my time much like I do money. If you follow me you have heard the saying, “you can make more money, but you can’t make more time”. Every day I get up head out the door to work with my number one goal to move forward everyday. I don’t have it written down, I just put my head down and plow forward.

My system is flawed. How in the world can I see the progress everyday when I am that close? How can I compare each day’s effort? I go to work, put in my time and go home. You may be making progress and cannot see it.

This is why you document your goals, have a measurement, benchmarks and a date of completion set.

Review your goals, keep on track, adjust your goals as needed.

I only want success for you.

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