How To Use Daily Habits To Reach Your Goals
Have you ever sat down and set a goal?
No matter what that might look like there is a process to breaking that goal down into smaller pieces, eventually involving very specific actions. Research shows that one action at a time is actually best.
In the Precision Nutrition Master Coach Coursework we learned how to take big goals and break them into daily actions. In order to reach our goals we need to dedicate intentional action to achieving them. They don't just happen on their own.
GSPA - Goals, Skills, Practices and Actions
This idea goes from broad to specific. We start with a goal like “not feel so rushed all the time” and give some thought to what skills like “planning ahead” are required to reach that goal. Then, we break the skill down into practices like “make time and plan ahead” or “plan your meals”. Once we’ve gotten it down to the practice level we determine what very clear and precise actions we can commit to taking. For example, if “make time and plan ahead” were the chosen practice, I might decide to "write down my calendar for the next day before going to bed each night". The idea being that as you get more clear on tomorrow’s calendar the night before, you’ve got a win before you even wake up and more time to decide how you’re going to “fit it all in”.
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