Can we expect to achieve success in a short time frame of 24 weeks?
The answer is “YOU.” – it depends.
It may take a year or more, depending on the difficulty, to accomplish some objectives. But in this piece, we won’t discuss the “24-week rule” for success.
When we talk about success, though, things change drastically. If you can win at the micro level, you will have the tools and attitude to win at the macro level as well. Here is a detailed strategy that will serve as a guide.
If after 24 weeks you have not accomplished your goals, you will simply repeat the strategy. The time it takes you to complete the task is less important than how well you stick to the strategy.
Alright, so let’s get this going…
Week 1-4 Dedicated to go-setting
The first four weeks are dedicated to the process of goal-setting. So, tell me, what is it that you really desire out of this life? Make your plans on paper, and don’t be shy about their scope. Keep your options open.
After that, you’ll divide your ultimate objectives into intermediate steps and set a due date for each. After that, it’s only a question of working out the daily steps you need to take to reach your end goals.
The first four weeks are designed for you to find a rhythm that works for you. For the time being, you’ll need to learn by trial and error. The routine’s observance will become second nature when you’ve gotten into the swing of things.
Week 5-8 Concentrate on the tasks
Through Weeks 8 and 10, you should be following the schedule and trying to comply with the daily chores. You need to concentrate more on your daily tasks and less on trivial ones.
If you haven’t already, now is the moment to examine your own life and determine what kinds of behaviors are preventing you from reaching your goals. Recognize your bad routines and work to progressively remove them.
Week 9-12 Break your bad habits
During weeks 9–12, you’ll be breaking your bad habits and establishing your new, more productive ones. Developing virtuous routines is a slow process. As such, take it slow and be consistent.
During this period, you will continue with your normal activities. Your efforts should be bearing fruit now. You may have built up a more solid foundation for your company.
Your habitual routine will lead to less procrastination moments. The next step is to start testing yourself more. Make the most of the time you have by getting more done. Work harder or figure out how to streamline your processes to boost your productivity.
Week 13-16 Increase your physical health
You should be making steady progress by now, and you should stay at it. You would have broken, or come very close to breaking, multiple bad behaviors. Do more to initiate the formation of positive routines.
It’s also an excellent opportunity to assess your current health situation and make any necessary adjustments, such as increasing your physical activity or altering your diet. It’s easy to put your health on the back burner as you focus on growing your company.
So, schedule in some exercise time every day and make gradual adjustments to your diet to include more healthy options.
Week 17-20 You are almost there
If you have read this far, congratulations!
You’ll keep doing what you were doing, but in this 4-week period, you’ll also focus on getting your finances in order.
You should also ask yourself if there are any knowledge gaps that may be filled by more training.
If so, you’ll have to decide what you want to study and figure out how to make time for that learning every day. Start slowly and steadily, and then pick up the pace as your skills improve.
Week 21–24 Repeat the process for best result
After the 21st week, you will be used to everything by now. Your productivity and quality of work must continually rise as you seek new enhancements. Most of your undesirable routines would be history.
Your body would have adjust to the several helpful routines. If you’ve been exercising regularly and eating healthier, you should be feeling much better by now.
You will now begin to investigate the possibility of automating some functions in your work life. You can delegate work to free you up to focus on higher-priority activities.
Plans to increase capacity or output are likely to cross your mind. You would have accomplished some major goals and gained some valuable experience. The moment has come to reevaluate your objectives and determine what else you can do to move closer to completion.
From then, carrying it out is a simple thing. It’s now just a matter of repeating the steps.
The next step is to refine the procedure, get rid of any potential roadblocks, practice your newfound abilities, crank out more work, and take on more difficult tasks. By the end of the 24 weeks, you will have undergone a radical transformation.
By tracking your time and effort, you can see exactly where it goes.
You’ll think in a way that increases your odds of success. There will be a marked improvement in your self-esteem and regard for yourself.
“Change takes time. It takes time for the seeds to begin growing within, time to understand and process, time for the growth to mature, and time for the old self to die and fall away.”Bryant McGill
Victory will come as easily as if you were playing a game.
Let me know your thoughts…