'Failure to plan is preparing to fail.'
We all have 24 hours in a day and yet some people utilise their time more productively than others.
We've all found ourselves saying that there isn't enough hours in a day, but the truth is there is enough time. The key is learning how to master your time by prioritising how you spend it.
If you don't consciously plan how you're going to spend your time, other things will always take priority over your goals. From tomorrow we have 3 months left of 2019, what were the goals you had at the beginning of the year?
If you don't already have the habit to, take the time at the end of the week to plan the following week. Breakdown your goals into smaller steps and make a list of the specific actions that you need to take in order for you to achieve your goal.
Each week as you plan your week, work through your list of actions and make yourself accountable to them by reviewing your process throughout the week. Always write them down in a place where you can easily access them like in a notes app on your phone or a notebook, find what works for you .
Failure to plan is preparing to fail, but don't set yourself up for failure by setting unrealistic goals in the time period you have. Break them down into smaller actions which will aid in you achieving your goal.