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[Quote No.29018] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"The great futurist, the late Alvin Toffler, said in his landmark book 'Future Shock'...that at any given time in history, about 90 percent of the population thinks in terms of the past, 7-8 percent have their heads in the present, and 2-3 percent are focused on the future. [which explains why only some people achieve their dreams.]" - Robert Ringer

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[Quote No.29022] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason why so few engage in it." - Henry Ford
(1863 – 1947), American founder of the Ford Motor Company and father of modern assembly lines used in mass production.
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[Quote No.29042] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"The discipline of writing something down is the first step toward making it happen." - Lee Iacocca
(1924 - ), American businessman most commonly known for his revival of the Chrysler Corporation in the 1980s.
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[Quote No.29070] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Sometimes life dishes out...little disasters. How you react to them says much about your character and bears heavily on your ability to carry out a successful life. Eventually - if you are very successful at doing this - you may even find yourself feeling grateful for the problem. [Here is a four step plan to helping you cope with life's little disasters:] [1- Identify what is good or at least what could have been worse]- Identify what is good about a bad situation and spend some time thinking about that. If you do it sincerely and repeatedly, it will bring you some emotional comfort. [2-Fully understand and come to terms with the worst that can happen]- By letting the bad movie play out and giving it a happy ending, you can exorcise the fear and return to an emotionally positive state. Only by finding a way to 'accept' the worst can you find the peace to take positive action. Chances are things will not turn out as you have imagined, but if they do you are emotionally prepared for them. You won't panic. You won't cry. You will move forward according to your plan. [3-Develop a plan to solve the difficulty]- A good disaster plan should deal with at least three eventualities: worst case, bad case, good case. Articulate each one clearly and in detail. Then find solutions to, or at least responses for, each of those details. [4-Follow your plan]- Action - as in all other areas of life - is critical when you are faced with disaster. The moment you start moving your response plan forward, you'll be making progress and lessening the chances that things will end up really bad. You'll feel better about yourself the moment you start, and will continue to feel better so long as you are taking positive action." - Michael Masterson
Successful entrepreneur
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[Quote No.29150] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"I've always been in the right place and time. Of course, I steered myself there." - Bob Hope
Famous American comedian and actor.
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[Quote No.29202] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Go as far as you can see; when you get there, you'll be able to see farther." - John Pierpont Morgan

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[Quote No.29223] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Confusion of goals and perfection of means seems, in my opinion, to characterize our age. [Without the right meaningful goals, good plans are worse than useless.]" - Albert Einstein

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[Quote No.29286] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. [while you try to do, have and be more]" - Theodore Roosevelt

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[Quote No.29288] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"It is always very sensible to plan for all circumstances in particular the worst and then hope for the best." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.29290] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"People in their handlings of affairs often fail when they are about to succeed. If one remains as careful at the end [by planning well] as he was at the beginning, there will be no failure." - Lao-Tzu

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[Quote No.29292] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Time is the coin of your life. It is the only coin you have, and only you can determine how it will be spent. [So budget its use well.]" - Carl Sandburg

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[Quote No.29299] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs!" - Henry Ford

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[Quote No.29363] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Begin with the end in mind!" - Stephen Covey
Author of the best-selling book 'The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People'.
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[Quote No.29369] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Here are the big four steps to high productivity, and they cannot be repeated too often. --First, set clear goals and objectives in writing. Think them through carefully before you begin. What are you trying to do? How are you trying to do it? Whenever you experience frustration of any kind, go back to these questions. What are you trying to do? How are you trying to do it? --The second step to high productivity is a detailed plan of action for achieving the goal. This answers the question, How are you trying to do it? When you have done this, you will have the answers to what and how, something that very few people ever take the time to think through. --The third step to high productivity is clear priorities with activities organized in a hierarchy of value and importance to the desired result, with the 80/20 rule applied over and over again, day by day, hour by hour, before you embark on any task or activity. --And finally, the fourth step, single-minded concentration on the highest-paid-off task leading to the goal [and sticking to it persistently until it is achieved]. This is the key to getting things done." - Brian Tracy
Business entrepreneur and trainer
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[Quote No.29384] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Life is a continual dealing with the future; it is a continual calculation, an instinctive as well as a deliberate exercise in foresight. Everything else being equal those that plan better, live better." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.29438] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"The will to win is not nearly as important as the will to prepare to win." - Bobby Knight
(1940 - ), American Basketball Coach
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[Quote No.29564] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Vision without action is a daydream. Action without vision is a nightmare!" - Japanese Proverb

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[Quote No.29591] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one!" - Mark Twain
(1835 - 1910), American humorist and writer
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[Quote No.29595] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Many people die with their music still in them. Too often it is because they are always getting ready to live... Before they know it...time runs out." - Oliver Wendell Holmes

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[Quote No.29687] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"This time, like all times, is a very good one, if we but know what to do with it." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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[Quote No.29735] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"One of the most important things for a person when managing anything, from their own lives to a business, is to keep their emotions, especially if upsetting, to one side and to pragmatically identify what issues there are, what options are possible to solve them and then to choose the most effective and efficient and practically implement that option, small step by small step, without fuss or additional upset, grateful that things are not worse." - Ben O'Grady
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Imagi-Natives.com
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[Quote No.29760] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Why Small Bites Trump Multi-Tasking: At a press conference early in his presidency, Dwight Eisenhower was asked for the name of his favorite author. 'Harry Sinclair Drago,' said Eisenhower. The reporters looked puzzled. They obviously hadn't heard of Drago, even though he'd written several classics of western fiction, including Suzanna: A Romance of Early California and Whispering Sage. So they asked Eisenhower for his second favorite. 'Bliss Lomax,' replied Eisenhower. If nothing else, this proved that Eisenhower was consistent, because that was a pen name used by, you guessed it, Harry Sinclair Drago. Drago used at least eight additional pen names. He needed all those names because he wrote a lot. Over the course of his career, he wrote short stories, screenplays, articles, and more than a hundred novels. More than three full-length novels a year for 30 years. When Syracuse University announced that it would be the custodian of Drago's papers, the thing that seemed to fascinate reporters the most was the amount he wrote. One of them asked him: 'How did you write over a hundred books?' 'Four pages a day,' replied Drago. -One Bite at a Time: Harry Sinclair Drago knew that, often, the secret of accomplishing big things is to break the big task into lots of small tasks. There's an old joke that illustrates the point. Question: 'How do you eat an elephant?' Answer: 'One bite at a time.' You can make it a big bite or a small one. I bet Drago didn't start out writing four pages a day. It might have been as little as one hundred words. By breaking your big projects into little action steps and doing at least one step a day, you can accomplish great things. Just don't keep all your action steps in your head. -Get Out of Your Head: I've met people who get the 'baby steps' concept, but they still don't get anywhere because they never get to the action part. They come up with action steps like 'Think about the plot for the novel' or 'Analyze marketing options.' Those sound like action steps, but they're not. They don't result in real action. Real action is something out in the physical world that others can witness. Instead of 'Think about the plot for the novel,' try 'Draft plot outline.' Instead of 'Analyze marketing options,' try creating several specific action steps. They might include: 'List three sources of information,' 'Contact source A,' and 'Prepare report on costs and benefits.' Make a call. Make a list. Send an e-mail. Write a report. Do something. If you make it visible, you won't fool yourself about whether you're making progress. And to keep things moving, define action steps that are small enough that you're sure to succeed. -Make It Small Enough to Get You Going: You're more likely to succeed at small, easy action steps. So when you're feeling overwhelmed by all the things, or the big thing, you have to do, make your action steps smaller and easier. One clue that you need to break your goal into smaller chunks is when you find yourself procrastinating. Say that you know you need to get the house painted, but you're not doing anything about it. So make it smaller. What's the first thing you need to do? It could be: 'Get some estimates.' If getting estimates is still blocking you, make your next action step even smaller. Try: 'Call three painting companies.' If you're still procrastinating, choose a smaller step. How about: 'Make a list of five painting companies to call?' At some point, you'll be down to an action step that moves you forward but isn't so big it stops you in your tracks. That gets you moving and gives you momentum. -Savor the Small Wins: The principle of using small wins to build psychological momentum was presented in a Ph.D. dissertation at Stanford University in 1977. The theory: It works because it's a truly brain-friendly concept. When someone praises you, you feel good because your brain produces a chemical called dopamine. When you praise yourself by checking off a completed action step, you get the same physiological result. As you achieve one small win after another, you find it easier and easier to take the action steps that generate the wins. One way to keep things moving is to keep score. At the end of every day, Ben Franklin would ask himself: 'What good have I done this day?' You can ask the question: 'What have I done today to move my life and career forward?' Think about the action steps you took today. Think about how they helped you achieve your goals. Savor your victories. Remember that success usually isn't a result of achieving great big things all at once. Eat the elephant of a big achievement one bite at a time. Identify the next small step. Make it visible. Reward yourself for achievement. Then identify the next small action step." - Matthew White
Author of 'The Confidence Bible: the Little Blue Book of Fearless Confidence'. He believes being confident is a skill that can be learned, just like playing golf or learning to drive.
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[Quote No.30089] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Keep track of your goals: Every month, I consult my list of yearly goals and create a list of monthly objectives. I keep both my yearly goals and monthly objectives on notepaper - a throwback to my handwritten days [now it is on the computer]. But then, based on my monthly objectives, I put together my weekly and daily task lists - and those are input directly into my journal. I highlight my priorities on my daily task list in yellow, and try to accomplish them all early in the day. And as I complete each task, I change its color from red to black on screen (the equivalent of scratching it out). This is a technique I'd recommend to you. The point is to give yourself a little psychological reward for completing your work. At the end of each day, I note which tasks I've completed and which I've failed to complete. I also note how long it took me to complete each task. This helps me get better at estimating time commitments in the future. The goal-setting aspect of my journal [and diary] has become the most productive part. It may not always be the most fun, but it's critical to the success of my long-term plans." - Michael Masterson
Successful entrepreneur
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[Quote No.30091] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win." - Zig Ziglar

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[Quote No.30108] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Unless commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes; but no plans." - Peter F. Drucker
Famous management consultant
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[Quote No.30130] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"[When confronted with a life-threatening situation, 90% of people freeze or panic, while the remaining 10% stay cool, focused and alive. How?] They are the ones who can [override the primitive amygdala portion of their brains - the emotional part - to be able to use their logical neocortex - the brain's thinking part - to] perceive their situation clearly... plan and take correct action [with persistence and stoicism]." - Laurence Gonzales
He has covered survival stories for 'National Geographic Explorer', 'Outside' and 'Men's Journal'. From his book, 'Deep Survival: Who Lives, Who Dies, and Why'.
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[Quote No.30153] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"The most important thing you can do to achieve your goals is to make sure that as soon as you set them, you immediately begin to create momentum [and then keep it going]. The most important rules that I ever adopted to help me in achieving my goals were those I learned from a very successful man who taught me to first write down the goal, and then to never leave the site of setting a goal without first taking some form of positive action toward its attainment. [Then each day take at least one more step until the goal is achieved.]" - Anthony Robbins
(1960 - ), American author, speaker and peak performance expert.
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[Quote No.30166] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"The method of the enterprising is to plan with audacity and execute with vigor." - Christian Nevell Bovee

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[Quote No.30265] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"We all sorely complain of the shortness of time, and yet have much more than we know what to do with. Our lives are either spent in doing nothing at all, or in doing nothing to the purpose, or in doing nothing that we ought to do. We are always complaining that our days are few, and acting as though there would be no end of them. [We need to use our limited time better and the way to do that is by better planning the use of our time.]" - Seneca
(BC 3 - 65 AD), Roman philosopher, dramatist and statesman.
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[Quote No.30449] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Employ thy time well, if thou meanest to gain leisure." - Benjamin Franklin

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[Quote No.30509] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Without some goals and some efforts to reach it, no man [or woman] can live. [happily]" - John Dewey

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[Quote No.30517] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"We must walk consciously only part way toward our goal, and then leap in the dark to our success. [Some things can't be planned for in advance.]" - Henry David Thoreau

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[Quote No.30530] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"If you haven't got the time to do it right, when will you find the time to do it over?" - Jeffery J. Mayer

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[Quote No.30576] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"The reason most people never reach their goals is that they don't define them, or ever seriously consider them as believable or achievable. Winners can tell you where they are going, what they plan to do along the way, and who will be sharing the adventure with them." - Denis Waitley

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[Quote No.30661] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Hasty climbers have sudden falls." - Italian Proverb

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[Quote No.30805] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"The general who wins the battle, makes many calculations in his temple before the battle is fought. The general who loses, makes but few calculations beforehand." - Sun Tzu
(circa 6th century BC), Chinese General, military strategist, and author of 'The Art of War' which had an immense impact on Chinese and Asian history and culture.
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[Quote No.30810] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Who walks the fastest, but walks astray [because he didn't plan], is only furthest from his way." - Matthew Prior

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[Quote No.30846] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"The best thinking has been done in solitude." - Thomas A. Edison

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[Quote No.30886] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"We must use time creatively... " - Martin Luther King Jr.

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[Quote No.30925] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Nothing can be done quickly and prudently at the same time." - Publilius Syrus

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[Quote No.30932] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"[Planning is all about managing your responsibilities, within the time available to you. Here is a method that has worked well. It might suit you too!] Use two inboxes and two folders. The first inbox is the one that other people put stuff in. The second inbox is for you. Go through the first inbox every morning and select from it any important work you intend to do that day. Transfer that work to the second inbox [noting if it is an 'A' job - that is must be done today or a 'B' job - like to get done today or a 'C' job - can be done another day without serious consequences]. Take the rest of the stuff in the first inbox and file it in one of two folders. You need one folder that has 31 pockets, one for each day of the current month. And you need one with 12 pockets, one for each month of the year. As you go through your first inbox, decide (specifically) when you will attend to each item. If that date falls in the current month, file it in the first folder - in the pocket that corresponds to that date. If it falls in a future month, file it in the second folder - in the pocket that corresponds to that month. Make sure the second inbox (your inbox) is cleaned out by the end of the day. [It's best to work through all the 'A's first, then the 'B's and then if don't get through all the 'C's in the time available that day it's okay.] [At the end of each day collect from the thirty one pocket folder the next day's papers as well as anything unfinished today and put it in the first inbox ready for the next day. At the end of each month go to the twelve pocket folder and take out the next month's papers and put them in the inbox. This process will help you keep your self and papers organised. Some people also like to keep a daily 'To Do' list as well as a diary for appointments to make them even more aware of their goals. The method that works best for you is usually found by trial and error, but keep at it because the rewards of greater productivity and reliability with less stress are worth the effort.]" - Michael Masterson
Successful entrepreneur
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[Quote No.30963] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Take the time to consider each need area of your life, set long and short-term goals and plan solutions for any obstacles that are in your way." - Seymour@imagi-natives.com

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[Quote No.31010] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"More important than the will to win is the will to prepare." - Charlie Munger
Vice Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway Inc
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[Quote No.31030] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"If the vision is there, the means will follow." - Faith Popcorn
American author
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[Quote No.31032] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Someday is a disease that will take your dreams to the grave with you. [So create a plan of specific actions, set a day to do each of them and then, on that day, do them and live your dream!]" - Timothy Ferriss

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[Quote No.31056] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"One of the secrets of getting more done is to make a 'TO DO' List every day, keep it visible, and use it as a guide to action as you go through the day." - Alan Lakein
Time management consultant and author of the best-seller, 'How to Get Control of Your Time and Your Life'.
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"Time = Life. Therefore, waste your time and waste your life, or master your time and master your life." - Alan Lakein
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[Quote No.31058] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now. " - Alan Lakein
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[Quote No.31059] Need Area: Mind > Plan
"In all planning you make a list and you set priorities." - Alan Lakein
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"Professor Richard Wiseman - leader of a year-long study on goal setting - found that people have a better chance of reaching a major goal if they break it down into smaller short-term objectives. So instead of a big, broad goal like 'I'll write a novel this year,' you might plan to write five pages of the novel every week. " - Rich Schefren
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