April 2, 2010, Newsletter Issue #24: 8. Evaluate Your Progress Regularly

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Keep your appointments. Track your personal behavior change on your computer, in this book, or in your day-planner so you have a written record. Change the course when you are not getting the results you expected. Ask yourself the following questions during change or treatment:
a. How am I feeling?
b. How am I functioning?
c. Is this good enough for me, or can I do better? How?
When you have those answers, you will be on your way to making the next changes that will improve your health, your wealth, and your progress on your journey.
You now have a business plan for moving forward in an organized way, dealing with the most important risks, then adding others as you go, stopping periodically to evaluate your progress and fine-tune your approach. You can now truly say, I am My Health CEO!

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