You need to build habits.

Easier said than done, isn’t it?

[pullquote align=”center”]“I have a plan, but I love changing it more than doing it.”

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Sound familiar? Oh yeah. Me, too.

[pullquote align=”center”]“I make plans but I can’t seem to make them stick.”

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That feels like the story of my life. That’s why I keep writing about these things: to keep myself committed to following through with what I know will work – if I do.

Consistency can be just as scary as change.

Are we really committed? It’s easier to look at the problems and feel bad and start over than continue to put one foot in front of the other and make real, lasting progress.

But we can do it.

Real organization begins with your attitude,

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Here are some of my favorite blog posts on building strong planning habits and mindsets:

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