Evaluate your rate of success
When you understand how the numbers work, you become more serious about what you do and how it affects your rate of success. When you are able to tangibly measure your rate of success, you will have a better understanding of what you need to do to improve it.
Make a list of the actions you need to take to reach your goal and track them
For example, if your goal is to exercise and lose fat, you could write down “Go to the gym at least three times a week”. Then, make a note of the date each time you do go.
Monitor how often success occurs
Consider which goals you have reached (how many times did you go to the gym last week) and how often you followed through on your actions. Refer to your action lists and calculate the exact percentage - these are your average rates of success.
Manipulate your average by your attitude, your ethos and your audacity
Take control over what you do every day to positively affect your averages. For example, if you don’t go the gym as often as you’d like, try to find ways to increase the times you go there. For instance, new gym clothes can motivate you to go to the gym more often.