No Written Inventory = No Stock

January 19, 2014
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The compulsion to make resolutions during the week either side of the December 31st banality and the results are both predictable because . . . almost always missed throughout the resolution/goal setting process is correctly estimating the amount of time required to make the change(s) sought because . . . most resolvers reject change because . . . most have insufficient time to accomplish their desires, let alone add more.

Step (1) . . . dare to become you by creating and embracing realistic and specific short & long-term changes/objectives by creating and displaying your inventory in writing because . .  .  Written Inventory = Stock

Step (2) . . . take & make a brutally realistic hour-by-hour, day-by-day written inventory of your current activities. Once completed . . . take stock of your activities’ inventory and erase & replace any detrimental inventory with your beneficial written inventory.

Step (3) . . . earn support and accountability and respect within your social/work network by going public with your written inventory which will insure the increase and value of  your stock! 

One Response to No Written Inventory = No Stock

  1. Francesca on September 12, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    My resolutions were to forget old acquaintances, drink more, and gain weight. So far, I have succeeded in the first one.

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