Write it down

Financial Preparation

To achieve your dreams, you have to do more than visualize them.


You have to commit to them. 


How do you do it?  


In our last blog post, we talked about clarity. 


I want to step it up a little bit.


I see a common trait among the most successful people that I know, that I mastermind with, that I network with... they're hyper-focused on what it is that they want to achieve. 


They do close their eyes and visualize, but I also see a pattern in that many of these people write down their goals.


The ones who are truly hardcore and typically the most successful, write their goals down on a daily basis. 

Choose three to four areas of your life which you would like to improve.  


This can be your finances, business, physical health or your relationships, etc.  


Write down your goals for achieving success in these areas. 

Try this for 90 days and see if it makes a difference for you.


I know it's a little time-consuming and it might be odd  thing to do, but give it a try.

What do you have to lose?​

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Jay Gabrani

Jay makes an impact raising his three children and empowering Fathers to secure their Family's Financial Future as the founder of Prepared Fathers.


He achieves this through his one-on-one and group coaching programs and his daily podcast A Minute with Jay.


He is a frequent podcast guest and does a limited number of speaking engagements.



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