Fear Into Fuel

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Below are the journaling and self assessment questions I discussed in my presentation. As you use this process on a daily basis, you will change the habitual questions that you are asking yourself and your RAS will help you to recognize and answer the questions that are going to help you find success.

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Long Term Goals

Write Down Your 1- and 3-Year Goals

  • What are the big steps needed to make each one happen?
  • What are the “next” steps needed to make each one happen?

If you don’t know exactly what your goals are right now, use my Free Momentum Series training to figure them out.

Beginning Of The Month

In your journal, asses and write about where you are in each of these areas and what you want to focus on this month:

  • Health
  • Family
  • Partner/Love
  • Friends
  • Spiritually
  • Mental/Emotional
  • Personal Development
  • Finance/Career

What major projects or events do you have this month?

What “must happen” events do you have this month? What are your deadlines?

End Of The Month

In your journal, answer these questions:

  • What was my biggest WIN this month?
  • What are 3 things that I learned this month?
  • What are 3 great things that happened this month?
  • What am I most grateful for this month?
  • What could I have done better this month?

Beginning Of The Week

In your journal, asses and write about where you are in each of these areas and what you need to focus on this week:

  • Health
  • Family
  • Partner/Love
  • Friends
  • Spiritually
  • Mental/Emotional
  • Personal Development
  • Finance/Career

In your journal, answer these questions:

What major projects or events do you have this week?

What “must happen” events do you have this week? What are your deadlines?

End Of The Week

In your journal, answer these questions:

  • What was my biggest WIN this week?
  • What are 3 things that I learned this week?
  • What are 3 great things that happened this week?
  • What am I most grateful for this week?
  • What could I have done better this week?

Daily (Morning)

In your journal, answer these questions:

  • What are my top 3 priorities today?
  • What tasks MUST be done today?
  • What is one thing that I can get excited about today?
  • What could cause me stress or problems today, and how can I best handle it?
  • Who can I serve today?
  • What is one thing today that will take me out of my comfort zone?
  • At the end of the day, I will know that my day was successful if…
  • What big goal or project do I want to keep in mind today (even if I’m not going to be working directly on it today)?

Daily (Evening)

In your journal, answer these questions:

  • What happened today that was great?
  • What situation or task did I handle well today?
  • What did I learn today?
  • How could I have made today even better?
  • Did I live and act intentionally today?

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