Defensive Pessimism

Pessimism when planning has a good effect on your plan to change.

  1. What is your goal?
  2. What would be the most positive outcome?
  3. What action will I take to reach this goal?
  4. What is the biggest obstacle?
  5. When and where is this obstacle most likely to occur?
  6. What can I do to prevent the obstacle?
  7. What specific thing will I do to get back to my goal when this obstacle happens?

Keep track of your failures and your successes. Failures might be more important.

This is very useful for Willpower Challenge

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