Step One: Get Real
*One of the best ways to be of service to yourself and others is to make small goals and achieve them.
*Being part of a supportive community is a key component in dismantling failure.
*Write down your goals and find a buddy or group to help you make sure that your goals are realistic.
Step Two: Turn Down The Criticism Committee
* Ask yourself the following:
"Am I doing the best I can?" (The answer is probably yes.)
"Can I be more compassionate with myself?" (The answer is probably yes.)
"Is there someone that I can ask for help?" (The answer is probably yes.)
Step Three: Just Do It
* It's harder to say, "Oh, screw it!" or spend your day on Facebook if you are accountable to others.
* Just do it. Set realistic goals and check in with at least one person daily to make sure that you are on track.
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Eli Davidson is a nationally recognized woman's executive coach and motivational speaker.
Her book, Funky to Fabulous: Surefire Success Stories for The Savvy, Sassy and Swamped, (Oak Grove Publishing) has won three national book awards.