1

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

4

ASSESS

Know where you stand

5

LEARN

The inexcusable failure is not learning from effort

ENGAGE

Engage = to occupy the attention or efforts of: to perform a particular action; pledge oneself to achieve something with dedicated attention

 Step 4  

Engage: Speak in Action

Preparation (to succeed in an endeavor) is not an emotion; it’s being equipped to execute a plan.

 

Once prepared, you’re ready to pursue success.

  • Prepare (by Prep Checklist)

  • Orient and anchor

  • Safeguard productivity and opposition

  • Apply productivity blocks

  • Discover (through action)

  • Document progress

To create, achieve, and succeed begins with a choice but ends with an action. Engage life intentionally to become your best self and achieve your greatest successes.

Learn more in the new book: Achieve

Do your actions lead you to what you say you want?

Action is a means by which you confirm what you know or reveal what you need to know in order to gain progress toward your aim. Do your actions conflict with or support what you say you want?


The greatest benefit from action is not always the intended result. Sometimes, the benefit from action is in the unexpected opportunities to learn.

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

Without dedicated effort to achieve an aim, you lose valuable opportunities to discover how to improve— yourself and your ability to achieve your goals.

 

If you want to achieve your potential, learn how to develop yourself. The person you are should be your greatest achievement.

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

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