You should be writing down and measuring the progress of your goals.

Not only will this document how far you've come along, it'll also help you build momentum as you're reaching your goals.

Some goals are naturally measured.

For example, cleaning up your house.  The more you clean, the more you can see your progress.

However, if you've set a goal to clean for one hour a day, then THAT can be measured.

In your notebook, write down your goals and track them accordingly.

There are many different ways to track and report your progress, so find one that's comfortable for you.  You can always make up your own tracking system too!  Just don't overthink it.

Even the old-fashioned piece of paper and pen still get the job done.

The key to remember is the phrase, "What gets measured gets managed, and what gets managed, gets done!"

Make sure to track and measure your goals. You'll be amazed at how much you can actually accomplish while moving forward.

Youth Speaker Tim White

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