8 Strategies Super-Successful People Use to Accomplish More

Written by Zac Johnson
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Here we are, just weeks away from the closure of yet another year. As a new year is just around the corner, it’s important not to just look ahead, but to also look back at the one that is currently coming to a close. Instead of just thinking about how you are going to make 2017 your best year ever, you first need to ask yourself a few questions about the current one.

  • Did 2016 work out the way you expected it to?
  • How many of your goals did you hit or surpass?
  • Of the goals you missed… why didn’t you achieve them?
  • Are you going to approach 2017 with a different action plan for success?
  • What are your goals for 2017 and how are you going to achieve them?

The truth is, it’s easy to make a goal… but it’s extremely hard to achieve them — especially when you don’t have an actionable plan in place.

Goal without a Plan

New Years Resolutions at a Glance

Did you start off the year with a resolution of your own? Most likely you did… and one of them is probably even listed below among the “top five New Years resolutions” that are made almost every year. (source)

37% – Stay fit and healthy
32% – Lose weight
28% – Enjoy life to the fullest
25% – Spend less, save more
19% – Spend more time with family and friends

Now let’s take a look at some statistics on how successful these resolutions usually are. (source)

News Years Resolution Statistics Data

38% – Percent of Americans who absolutely never make New Year’s Resolutions 38%
8% – Percent of people who are successful in achieving their resolution 8%
49% – Percent who have infrequent success 49%
24% – Percent who never succeed and fail on their resolution each year 24%

The reasons for this mass failure (92%) is clear. The majority of resolutions will never have an action or goal plan in place. Instead, they are just made on a whim, during a drunken midnight celebration. But at the same time… they are continually made year after year.

Gym Resolutions

Now think about how you would feel if you actually hit a few of your goals or surpassed them! Not only would you feel great, I’m sure you would also be counting down the days until New Years to get started with your next resolutions and goal setting targets.

The good news is, the best time to prepare for success, is before you even get started.

Actionable Tips on How to Have Your Best Year Ever

In order to have the best year ever, you must know what you want in both life and business, but also how to achieve them. This is where most people are left in dark, and simply try to figure it all out on their own.

Michael Hyatt is a best-selling author, entrepreneur and mentor to millions of people around the world through his public speaking, books, blogs, and podcast. In addition to everything else previously mentioned, he is also an expert at goal setting, creating action plans and teaching others how to find success in both life and business.

With the new year right around the corner, Michael just released his free PDF report on how to “Achieve What Matters Most in 2017“. It’s 100% free to download and include 8 strategies from super-successful people that are already implementing these tips into their own lives and business.

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Best of all, it’s an extremely fast and simple read through. As you can see in the screenshot below, each page of the report is beautiful in design, loaded with profile pictures and also broken apart in a way that it’s all easy to read through and absorb in the process.

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Industry experts featured in the report include Tony Robbins, Jeff Walker, Ray Edwards, Jeff Goins, Derek Halpern, Lewis Howes, Dave Ramsey, Andrew Warner, Pay Flynn and more — each providing their own actionable tips on how to get more out of your time, life and business.

Click here to download Michael Hyatt’s free report, and start implementing actionable decisions to make 2017 your best year ever!

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