We do this in two ways:
The first is refusing to be clear and precise about what the mission is. Avoiding specifics about what we hope to accomplish and for whom. Being vague about success and (thus about failure).
After all, if no one knows exactly what the mission is, it’s hard feel like a failure if it doesn’t succeed.
The second is even more insidious. We degrade the urgency of the mission. We become diffuse. We get distracted. Anything to avoid planting a stake and saying, “I made this.”
It’s possible to spend 7 hours and 52 minutes out of an eight-hour day in doing nothing but hiding from the mission. And it’s exhausting.
This year be different;
1.Be clear and precise about what the mission is. Be specifics about what you hope to accomplish.Measure that daily,weekly,monthly depending on your goals,target and activities needed to achieve that.
2.Write it down on MS word or excel.Save for reference.
3. Avoid distractions,it could be your phone,certain individuals,websites,apps,spending habits,fears,laziness.
Good luck.keep reviewing and adjusting daily 🙂