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INTEND

Your best effort to succeed requires a plan

2

DIRECT

Explain your course to success as a process

3

ENGAGE

Prove the validity of your plan

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ASSESS

Know where you stand

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LEARN

The inexcusable failure is failure to learn

ASSESS

Assess = to determine the merit, importance, or value of; to make a judgment about something, such as a situation or the condition of something.

Don't assume when you can know

Progress—toward a goal or self-improvement—requires clarity from assessments about (1) where you stand today, (2) where you want to be tomorrow (the point at which you’ve reached your goal), and (3) how you will bridge the gap between those points.

 

How we direct our lives begins with our assessments and decisions about situations, others, and ourselves. So, assess, and assess wisely.

We want to improve, but what does that mean? What we know for certain is this: we must assess. 

 

Without the benefit of information that could enlighten you about your efforts to improve and achieve, you are at a significant disadvantage to progress.  

 

If you’re serious about success of a goal or with self-improvement, continually learn, improve accordingly (change), and be able to assess your progress.

Assess: Prove or Improve

 

Support your progress and success: value data, and learn what information you should always seek to know.

 

Since appearances of progress can be specious, know what data is critically important to record and track. 

  • Review progress (data)

  • Identify S.W.E.E.T. insights

  • Evaluate: progress to plan

  • Identify required revisions

Success is measured by a specified degree of difference between two points: where you are and where you want to be. Assess in order to know how to improve and achieve the differences that yield success.

Learn how in the new book: Achieve

Learn the  natural process  for self improvement and the achievement of your professional and personal goals.

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