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When we head out in the big world to advocate for independence, we face the same obstacles faced in every cause and every profession. It makes sense that concepts and tactics employed for success in these causes and professions should work for us.
The blog "ZenHabits" recently posted an article called "The Small-Scale Approach To Achieving Great Things". There is no doubt that Texas independence is a great thing. It's also a large task. According to this article, the best way to approach big change is to focus on the small tasks that get you there.
This strategy is scalable and is what we use for planning and execution for the entire organization. But it is best shown in personal outreach and activism.
Rather than shooting for the "big score" every time, the article suggests breaking the big goals into smaller ones, planning your work, focusing on the tasks and tracking your progress.
From the article comes this list to get you started:
1. Pinpoint the steps involved.
2. Create a pint-sized action plan.
3. Set mini targets and daily/ weekly tasks.
4. Keep on track.
5. Forget the long-term.
6. Adjust your steps.
7. Celebrate the little wins.
8. Resist the urge to supersize.
So the next time you set out to share the vision of the Texas Nationalist Movement, start with the little things and pile up those little things to achieve big results.
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