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01 Dec How to Create a “Roadmap to Success”

A question I get frequently is,

“Can you just give me a roadmap to success?”

In this video, I’m going to break it down for you in three simple steps.



Video Summary – How to Create a “Roadmap to Success”


The Roadmap to Success in Three Simple Steps:

1.  Define what success is for you. It’s different for everyone. Even different people going after the same goal may have a different idea of what success looks like, so you have to define it for yourself. Here’s an example of what I mean. Take running a marathon. One person may say success is winning the race. Another person might say success is finishing the race. A third person might say success is making it to the second mile. It’s going to be different for different people, so you pick what success looks like for you in whatever it is that you’re looking to create, whether it be your overall life, your relationships, your project, your business, or your cohesiveness as a team. Define it.

2. Work backwards. Begin with the end in mind. Work backwards and create the major points that you think that you might need to take in order to achieve the outcome – the success you’re looking for. Use those major points as a roadmap for you to follow until you get better information as you go.

3. Create one successful day at a time. Success is built one day at a time, one successful day after another. If you create one successful day, and then the next day you create a successful day, and then you do that again and again, you build momentum and you head there. Don’t get outside of your day. Just create one successful day at a time.


  1. Define what success looks like for you.
  2. Work backwards and create milestones that you need to reach, and use those as a roadmap until you get better information.
  3. Create one successful day at a time.

Now, I’d like to hear from you. How do you define success?

Leave me a comment below.

You’re always creating…

Create intentionally.



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