2018 is less than 3 weeks away, which means you should already have a plan of action that’s currently being put into motion to accomplish your goals for the new year.

But most people like to plan for the new year a few days before it arrives or on the day of January 1st.

This is the wrong approach to take because you’re already behind on accomplishing your goals when you do this.

There’s pretty much a 99% chance your goals won’t be accomplished because you didn’t prepare yourself mentally for the challenge of improving.

You can’t just wake up one day and be a new, improved version of yourself without gradually progressing towards that change.

So you can’t expect to improve your business in 2018 if you didn’t implement the new system of actions that are supposed to replace your old ones.

This should have been done by the beginning of the 3rd quarter of 2017.

You’re probably reading this right now and feel slightly panicked because it’s the middle of December and you just started to think about your goals for 2018.

This does put you in a bit of a predicament, especially since we’re in the midst of the holiday season.

This is the time of year when you become distracted by family, friends, and the festivities celebrating the holidays that last for nearly a month — Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day.

Therefore, your attention is focused on entertainment and relaxing.

You’re not concerned with pushing yourself to improve heading into the new year.

Then when January 1, 2018 arrives, you quickly try to put some goals together that aren’t even supported by a strong strategy focused on execution.

This causes you to have issues making any progress because you’re rushed to produce results instead of gradually letting the tactics within your strategy have an impact.

This leads to you dealing with a lot of frustration.

Once you get frustrated, you start to believe that you cannot accomplish your goals, causing you to give up on them and operate with the same behavior you’re use to.

It’s back to business as usual and another year where your business experiences mediocre results.

What I want to help you do is eliminate mediocrity from your behavior so that you can position your business to experience massive results in 2018.

Even if you haven’t already put your plan into motion to accomplish your 2018 goals, I will teach you how you can begin the process.

Fair Warning: You will work harder than you ever have before to produce massive results but the spoils of your hard work will be worth the effort.

So let’s stop talking and begin the implementation process.

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