(Free Download) From Resolution to Action to Success


Imagine yourself on vacation, one year from now. You've successfully upheld all your resolutions, and 2018 was the most productive year you've ever had... 

Your personal growth was unlimited, your business has taken off like you'd only dreamed of, and most importantly you're able to go on vacation and reflect on your successes.

For a moment, lets take a step back. What would have transpired between then and now to allow you to feel happy with your progress? What would make you believe that you had made the right decisions?

Lets zoom out even further. What we just saw was the accomplishment of your goals. Accomplishment can be fleeting, however. What we want to really focus on is the action you took to get from your resolutions to succeeding in your goals. As we saw last week, action can be intimidating but hopefully you started. If not, the time is now.

To follow up, we want to look at the actual learning process of a new skill. A skill is simply the ability to do something. In order to learn a new skill it takes time and practice, which is why we break skills into their requisite components to maximize the acquisition process. There are four distinct phases to this:

  1. Subconscious Incompetence
    • Simply put, you don't know what you don't know. This requires learning. 
  2. Conscious Incompetence: 
    • Here, you are aware you don't know. This requires practice.

  3. Conscious Competence
    • At this stage, you know that you know. This is marked by consistency.
  4. Subconscious Competence
    • The final stage, the skill has become automatic. This level would be referred to as mastery.

To wrap up this article, we want to give you a free worksheet to help implement what you've read. Simply click here to download.  

Tyler Yoder