Your True North

The goals you write down may seem unrealistic, crazy and even impossible to you right now but that doesn’t matter. Write them down anyway and don't spend any time figuring out HOW you're going to achieve them. 

How often do you take the time to write down your goals? 

I’m not talking about the day to day to-do’s and tasks that need to get done. I’m talking about the big picture, long term goals that you have.

One of the biggest reasons a lot of people get discouraged, depressed and down is because they have lost sight of their purpose and goals. 

Writing your goals down on a daily basis is kind of like keeping a compass with you when you’re out in the wilderness. It will keep you heading towards your final destination, your true north. Click To Tweet

Whenever you’re feeling lost, you need to stop for a moment and reconnect with where you are trying to go.

The goals you write down may seem unrealistic, crazy and even impossible to you right now but that doesn’t matter. Write them down anyway and don’t spend any time figuring out HOW you’re going to achieve them.

Just write them down and move on.

Something similar to magic happens when you continually write down your goals. 

Here’s what I urge you to do right now: 

  1. Get out a sheet of paper and a pen. 
  2. Write down all of your goals without overthinking them
  3. Don’t try to figure out how you’re going to get there, move on with your day. 

Do this twice a day or three times a day. Do it as frequently as you must to stay connected to your true north. 

It doesn’t necessarily mean that you will always achieve every goal you write down. 

Well, perhaps you will. Some of your goals will fall off of your list as time goes by and some goals will be added. It doesn’t matter – what matters is that you take 2 minutes out of your day, every day, to connect with your true north, your purpose, your goals. 

Aaron Janx

Aaron Janx

About Me

Aaron “Janx” Ernst is a third generation sales trainer. He began his successful sales career at only 18 and has started multiple businesses since then. He’s multifaceted and considers himself a “Polymath”, (a learner in many fields). His main mission and objective in life is to lift people out of average and into achieving their full potential.

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