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What Should You Do Next?

As much as we might think our lives are too structured and filled with obligation and responsibilities, I believe we actually have more freedoms and more options than ever before.

Time was when you could only work WHILE you were at work. When we didn’t have cell phones and text messaging, we were out of touch for long periods of time. We used to be much more limited geographically, culturally, economically—even racially.

But with greater freedom comes greater choices. We can do almost anything. But what should that be?

In working with coaching and consulting clients for many years, I see more lack of clarity, less focus, more scattered energy than ever before. With so many options available, many people choose to make no choices at all and/or continue doing more of what they’ve always done.

Designing, creating and living your best life requires conscious decisions. It requires THINKING. Reacting, responding and recoiling from what is happening to you will simply not get the job done.

My mentor, Jim Rohn often said, “Your life does not get better by chance, it gets better by change.”

And it’s almost impossible to avoid change. Our world is moving so rapidly, we are going to be impacted by some change even if we attempt to avoid it. So, I’m sure Jim was referring to proactive change—the change you choose and take action upon.

Be sure you set aside time to think, to reflect, to imagine, create and plan. Write down your thoughts. Note what’s working in your life, what isn’t working and what you think you’d like to do next. Ask yourself questions. What do you want more of? Less of? What do you want to start doing and what do you want to stop doing? What do you really, really want?

In order to be the captain of your ship, you can’t only be working on the deck. You have to look up, look out and chart your own course. Otherwise you will sail aimlessly, at best—or end up on the rocks, at worst.

It’s really about the 3 Cs. My most recent book, The Achievement Code lays out the 3C Formula for getting what you truly want. Clarity, Concentration and Consistency are what’s needed to live your best life.

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