Many asked for specific examples of progress drivers. I encourage you to journal things that matter to you because progress for me is going to be different than progress for you.
I remember when as an overweight college student, I couldn’t even jog 15 minutes without painful shin splints. The burning felt like I was running on bloody stumps. Eventually, I started running ultra marathons and half Ironmans no problem. For me that was progress.
To guide you in creating your process drivers, journal on these questions:
1. Why did you want to make this change? Why did you do it or if you are not there yet, why would you want to make this change?
2. How might you go about it in order to succeed or how are you currently doing it in order to succeed?
3. What are your three best reasons for you doing this?
4. How important is it for you to make this change and why or if you’re already doing it. how important is it for you to continue to make this change and why?
I’ve found after answering these questions myself, I was able to create a list of some pretty awesome progress drivers that I am excited about.
So, what do you think you’ll do?