Use these simple steps to marshal your resources:
1. Brainstorm and list down all the resources that you have
2. Identify which of these could help you directly/indirectly in completing this project/goal
3. Next, review the list of problems that you converted to goals and mark which resources will enable you to permanently/partly address which stack of problems and
4. Also note which resources you need to procure. Convert these requirements into goals as well and re-sequence the problems goals list
Now here’s a paradigm-shifting tip put succinctly by Anthony Robbins: It is never a matter of resources, it’s almost always a matter of RESOURCEFULNES.
Lack of even a single resource can stop you – resources are what you are focusing on. On the contrary, people who focus on their resourcefulness are normally unstoppable. Remember, necessity is the mother of invention.
Resources are outside; resourcefulness is inside. This means, you carry your resourcefulness with you, wherever you go – whatever the circumstances!
Is resourcefulness a part of strengths’ list you drew up earlier? Make this internal shift:
Focus on your resourcefulness and begin the formidable process of becoming amazingly self-reliant and unknowingly empowering yourself!
You are your biggest RESOURCE!