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How to be a Doer and Not a Loser: How to make Goals and Stick With Them

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I once had a friend who got pretty much everything he ever wanted. He just thought of what he wanted and went for it. Growing up, I never had this drive. But as I grew up, I realized there were a million things that I wanted and to get them I would have to make a plan and not take no for an answer. So in this article, I’m going to teach you how to be a Doer and not a Loser.

1.Figure out what you want

Seriously Figure out what you want and make sure that that thing is doable. If it’s not doable, then you probably shouldn’t commit to it. And you should put it on the back burner until you can.

A doable example would be getting A’s in all four of your classes this semester.

A not doable example would be planning to go to travel the world while you still live in your mother’s house and you’re not making any money.

2.Make a Plan

Making A ’s: My plan for this would to make sure that I come up with a study plan to study for all of my quizzes and tests. I would also set up a study group with a few of the other people in my class to make sure I could teach them what I learned, for my homework, I would make sure that I turn in every assignment that I have. And If I had

Travel the world: You would have to figure out how to make a substantial amount of money to travel the world.

3. Do it

Follow the plan you’ve made for yourself don’t make deviant from it unless there is seriously no way to follow it anymore. If you do have to deviate, but you see another way go for it! Get what you want. Don’t just say that you’re going to do something if you’re not going to.

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