Drilling Down on The BOOM 28-Day Boot Camp: Day 12

We hope you have been taking daily action on the principles laid out by motivational speaker and Amazon bestselling author Jeff Yalden in his brand-new workbook and planner, The BOOM 28 Day Boot Camp: Creating a Life of Success. Find Motivation. Crush Goals. Overcome Obstacles. Live with Purpose.

Yalden with Workbook

“If you are jumping in just to see what I’m saying, that’s fine – but if you go in half-assed, you are going to get half-assed results. That’s the bottom line,” said Yalden.

Go back and look at the previous daily assignments. Let the principles sink in. You must put in the daily work to be truly effective in this program.

“Everybody wishes that they were successful,” he said. “Everybody has a dream – but dreams don’t work, my friends. Putting a plan in place and working that plan every day is going to take you to achieve these goals.”

If it was easy, everybody would be doing it, according to Yalden.

STOP here and review everything from Day One through Day 11.

Now you are ready to tackle Day 12:

SMART Goals

Your plan should be SIMPLE, MEASURABLE, ATTAINABLE, RELEVANT and TIMELY.

“Have you put goals in place to achieve what you need to do? Am I making sense?”

In this episode of The BOOM Podcast, Jeff talked about his friend, author and speaker Jake Ballentine, author of Your Number One Goal [Listen to their earlier conversation in Episode 4].

Ballentine had a goal to run a 5K in under 30 minutes – a SIMPLE and MEASURABLE goal.

“He would run every single day and measured his success. He knew where he had to go,” Jeff said, adding that this goal was ATTAINABLE and RELEVANT. Ballentine’s “why” was stronger than his excuses, and this was also TIMELY – he had given himself a timeframe in which to accomplish this.

Ballentine did it.

What are your goals? What is your plan?

“Put the goals in place to achieve the plan, whether it’s a three-month goal, a six-month goal, a one-year goal or a five-year goal. Have a goal in place to achieve that plan, which comes as a result of your dream.,” Yalden said.

Remember: Life is not a race. Life is a journey – and we are all on our own paths.

Remember:  SMART Goals:

“You take the dream out of your head. You put it down on paper. Now you have a plan. You re-engineer yourself as if you have already achieved it, and you work from that point backwards.

You set a goal to achieve the plan. Is the goal SIMPLE? Is it MEASURABLE? Can you do it – is it ATTAINABLE? Do you feel in your heart that you can definitely do that? Is it RELEVANT? Is your ‘why’ greater than your excuses – and lastly, is it TIMELY?”

Do you have a set time in which you can allocate every single day to focusing on your goal?

If you haven’t done the last eleven days, go back and do it.

“Get off your ass. I’m sorry if that offended you. Get off your ass and start making progress. Not perfection, but progress – and do it every single day.”

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Author:Roger Yale

Roger Yale is a longtime contributor to McClatchy Newspapers’ The Sun News in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, focusing on stories about the people who make the Grand Strand awesome, including teen motivational speaker Jeff Yalden. He was voted Story of the Year winner four times by readers of The Sun News’ sister publication, Weekly Surge. Roger is the parent of adult twins. His son is a United States Marine and his daughter is currently involved in marketing for Broadway productions in New York City. He spent many years as a single father, and he believes that the experience was something to relish – and the bond he forged with his twins remains strong. Roger is also a working musician. For more about Roger, visit his blog: www.rogeryale.wordpress.com

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