Are you guilty of failing to hit goals? You need just two minutes a day (and a pen) to improve your success rates.

Neurosciences tellgreen chameleon 21532 unsplash 1 | Vision Forward Internationals us that an important factor in getting things done, becoming more disciplined, and hitting goals is simply writing your goals and activities for that day / week / month / year. Commitment and consistency is what influencer Cialdini calls that.

If you want to really get into the habit of ticking off everything on your to do list, the first step is to actually write down your to do list. Your subconscious mind loves repetition – it’s one of the two ways it really integrates something new into its system.

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