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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

6 Steps to accomplish anything

6 Steps to accomplish anything - The 6D recipe.

It goes like this: Dream, Decide, Divide, Delegate, Do or Dump.

1   1)      DREAM
“It is better to be pulled by your dreams than be pushed by your bills”
Everything starts with a dream. If it’s not a dream it is not worth pursuing.
And since you dream, dream big, so big that it will get you excited and motivate you to act.

2   2)      DECIDE
“The most difficult thing is the decision to act, the rest is merely tenacity. The fears are paper tigers. You can do anything you decide to do. You can act to change and control your life; and the procedure, the process is its own reward.” - Amelia Earhart
Whatever you are dreaming it will not turn into reality without action.
Choose wisely and commit without any reservations to accomplish your dream.

     3)      DIVIDE
“The universe is made of atoms. If you can move an atom, you can move the universe.” - Anagami
Before starting any task, divide it up in smaller parts – even if you think you can do it all at once. Making your tasks as small as possible will make your work look much more appealing and simple. It will help you avoid feeling overwhelmed by the tasks ahead.

4)      DELEGATE
“From a young age, I learned to focus on the things I was good at and delegate to others what I was not good at. That's how Virgin is run. Fantastic people throughout the Virgin Group run our businesses, allowing me to think creatively and strategically - Richard Branson
Have someone else do the work for you. A coworker, a professional or specialist, family members, relatives, friends etc. Remember time is money too!

5)      DO
“Whatever you do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius and power and magic in it.” — Goethe
If you can’t delegate the work, it is time for you to do it.
If it seems too big, complicated or hard to do, go back to step 3 & 4
If you can’t divide your task in smaller parts and can’t find anybody to delegate, go to step 6

6)      DUMP
“The art of winning is the art of managing your loses.” – Anagami
Anybody can win now and then if handed the wining hand. But the long time success is only achieved by the people that can manage the hard times and their loses.
I’ve seen so many people stuck in failed, dysfunctional relationships or dead end jobs, not knowing when and how to quit. Time is the most valuable asset you have.

So, stop wasting time on dead ends and move on to a new dream.

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