” Jim? Well, you know, that actually is so true. I’m gonna set this off right, the tone off, and if somebody doesn’t like what I got to say, guess what, turn the video off, because wish in one hand, and poop in the other, and see what gets filled up first. So, it’s true. If you don’t write it down, you don’t have a plan, it’s just a wish and you keep changing your mind. You flow, you go this, you go that way … Write down your goals and every day, look at that goal and every day, only write down two or three goals. You know the big mistake we all make is we get this big long list of goals. No. Pick one or two things you want to do. And one of your goals should be better educating yourself. One of your biggest goals should be making yourself more valuable at what you do, because in today’s world, you can educate yourself so much on YouTube and internet that there’s no excuse that you’re getting paid the same today as you was getting paid yesterday. Like, I’m listening to these people saying, “Minimum wage.” Screw minimum wage.
If you learn and become better and what you do and sit down and plan and a goal to be better at what you do, goal to lose weight, a goal to exercise, but a goal to better yourself, you’ll increase your self-worth to yourself, to your employer, and to your family. I think there’s setting a goal on having a plan. Reading a lot, actually, this year already and just one of the biggest things they said is if you set a goal and then you make a plan, the main thing is you gotta right down the plan step by step. You can’t just wing it, going, “Oh, I plan on going to the gym every day.” Do you plan on going every day? Write down the time. Write down the dates. You’re gonna skip a day? Pick the day you’re gonna skip. You know which day you’re gonna skip, off the bat. And because of that, if you have it written down, you’re a lot more … You’re gonna stay on it. You’re gonna be persistent with it, and your goal is gonna be there. If you don’t reach your goal, let’s say you set a goal to lose weight, 10 pounds in a month and a half, two months. Don’t change the goal. Change your plan. Your goal is your goal. So if you do a plan, it doesn’t get you to that goal, don’t redo your goal and lower the goal, just so you can hit it.
Keep that goal where it is, change your plan, and go after it. I’d rather miss a goal of going for 10, then hit a goal of going for two. And before Chelsea’s done, I want to give a shout out to Abby Cochrane because she went and she got a goal and a plan. She’s going to the gym every day. Abby’s losing weight and she posted a picture. She took the selfie picture at the gym last week and Abby, stay with your plan.
Stay with your goal. You’re looking good and a shout out to you on Chelsea’s Huggable Huddle. Well, thank you Dave, for coming out to Chelsea’s Huggable Huddle, and I hope we motivated you to start 2018 off with not just a goal or a couple goals, but with a plan to activate those goals. Have a Huggable day.