The Intuitive Group: Follow-Through to Success

“A man can be as great as he wants to be. If you believe in yourself and have the courage, the determination, the dedication, the competitive drive and if you are willing to sacrifice the little things in life and pay the price for the things that are worthwhile, it can be done.”

-Vince Lombardi

Anything in this world is possible; only if you have the drive to do what it takes to accomplish the goals you have set for yourself.   The actions and choices you make daily weigh greatly on your success.   If you can commit yourself entirely to doing whatever it takes to accomplish your goals, you will succeed in reaching them.   The successful people in this world started out just like everyone else. You will find the only difference is their willingness to do the things everyone else might not want to do.  They did not cut corners or say to themselves “I can get by without doing that”.  Take a look at the following tips to help improve your follow-through.  Remember your success relies on having the courage to stay committed throughout the entire process!

7 Great Tips on Follow-Through

1. ATTENTION — the things we pay atten­tion to tend to be in great shape. The things that we don’t pay atten­tion to tend to be a mess.

Of course, you can’t pay atten­tion to every­thing, but you can choose which goals are the pri­or­i­ties. The one that you just keep putting on hold, the one that frus­trates you and dis­heart­ens you when you think about it – that’s the one you need to fol­low through on and pay atten­tion to.

2. ACTION– THE 15 MINUTE ROUTE TO FOLLOW THROUGH.

Ded­i­cate at least 15 min­utes of action toward your goal every­day. This keeps the momen­tum and con­sis­tent action hap­pen­ing. Even a few min­utes a day will get you re-energized and you may find your­self putting in far more than 15 minutes.

The 15 min­utes work. Try it!

3. RECOMMIT — Get re-inspired; remind your­self why you set this goal or inten­tion orig­i­nally. Did you think it was pos­si­ble then? Do you think its pos­si­ble now? Most likely the answer is, yes.

4. VISUALIZE — Visu­al­ize it as though it’s already done, imag­ine it’s already hap­pen­ing and take action from this height­ened emo­tional place.

5. JOURNAL – Yes keep a jour­nal; use it to hold your­self account­able. Before you go to sleep at night, write what you did toward that goal and what you plan to do next. Write in that jour­nal your action plan and be ok with revis­ing it. Use it to hold your­self account­able and to keep your goal in sight.

6. ASK FOR HELP — Ask another per­son to help hold you account­able. Tell a friend what your goal is.

It could be, I really want to learn Span­ish by the end of the year. Ask your friend, “will you help to hold me account­able? Will you speak Span­ish with me? Will you make me recite it to you?”

Come up with your action plan and enlist oth­ers help. Maybe you can help them with their goal, hold them account­able for their aspiration.

7. REDEFINE – Be open to revis­ing your goal or action plan. Maybe you need to re-define your goal into smaller goals.

(http://www.kaizenvision.com/2010/04/7-great-tips-to-following-through/)

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About The Intuitive Group, Inc.

The Intuitive Group, Inc. is a privately owned company that performs sales, client acquisitions, and retention for Fortune 100 companies. We perform face-to-face sales and customer service with the small to mid-sized customers of our Fortune 100 clients; a proven method for winning new customers. Direct mail, telemarketing, and media advertising fail while our approach to sales achieves a success rate unheard of in other marketing strategies.

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