We are continuing our discussion on how to achieve your goals. If you’ve been following this week, you should have at least 50 goals and a 1,2,5, or 10 year time frame beside each of them. That alone will put you on a path that only 2% of the population is on. This next step is one that can truly take you to the top. First of all, always have your goals with you in a planner, on your computer, in your office, etc. etc. Visit your goals weekly if not daily, and transfer your goals to your task list. For example, let’s say you want to learn to play the piano. On the first week, you may have 15 minutes for researching some piano instructors. The next week you should block out time to call and interview them. After that block out time for the lessons and then some practice. Once you write the goal down and then plan on how to achieve it, your subconscious mind responds to it the same way you write a check for your mortgage or any of the other mundane things you do day-to-day.