Quoted from "Developing Positive Self-Direction" By Denis Waitley
"It's interesting that corporations and institutions have clearly defined plans, but only the top achievers in life seem to have established the same kind of game plan for their own personal lives.
Most people spend more time planning a party, studying the newspaper, or making a Christmas list than they do in planning their own lives. But the winners, they set their daily goals the afternoon or evening before.
They put down a list on paper in a priority sequence the major things they'll do tomorrow.
And they select priorities that lead toward the achievement of their most important current goal; in other words, they're always thinking of goal achievement rather than a trivial pursuit to fill a time slot.
And that's really the key..." Continue reading.