“You are 42% more likely to achieve your goal simply by writing it down.” Dr. Gail Matthews, psychology professor
In two weeks, I’ll complete my 100-day plan to post a blog post daily for 100 days.
On day 59, I wrote a post titled “Have A Plan” about needing to have goals and writing down those goals.
This post is the beginning of that plan. I especially wanted to share my writing goal for the remainder of 2021. I plan to finish any of these with deadlines by December 31.
- Continue to attend church and Sunday school weekly.
- Finish reading the Message translation of the Bible.
- Read and study the Bible daily alongside one other book.
- Walk daily.
- Eat only one sugary snack a day.
- Write and publish a blog post four days a week (Monday through Thursday).
- Complete my manuscript (in blog post format).
The latter purpose affects my readers. Actually, all of my purposes make an impression on what and how I write. However, my professional purpose has a direct impact on you when you stop by here. Several friends asked about my plan to keep on blogging.
After I complete my 100-day plan at the end of May, I’ll take off a couple of weeks. Then I’ll write and post my manuscript four days a week. That way, I’m forced to edit my rough draft and write it into publishable blog posts.
I typically don’t make resolutions. I simply choose a word of the year. This year’s word happened to be discipline that happened to lead to writing down my purposes. Thanks to everyone who hung in here with me. I was so encouraged by your comments, emails, and private messages.
What’s your plan for the rest of 2021?
In This Together,