1. Only pursue one goal at a time.
As much as we may believe we're Superman or Wonder Woman we're not. Our ability to pursue more than one goal and successfully achieve them is almost zero. There is only so much time in a day and we only have so much focus or "bandwidth" so we need to focus our efforts and go H.A.M. on one clearly defined goal to be successful.
2. Prioritize what is important.
Whatever your goal may be you have to prioritize it. That means you put it ahead of things that aren't as important. I personally like to block out my time in my schedule for what's important and I make a daily checklist of what I need to accomplish starting from highest priority to lowest.
From a training aspect if your goal was to increase your squat then you should be squatting in your first training session of the week and also prioritizing all elements that will allow that goal to happen (mobility, skill practice, recovery, etc).
3. If it's important do it every day.
If your goal was to increase your deadlift it doesn't mean you should deadlift everyday. It means you do something every day or every training day to make that goal happen. What you do each day may fluctuate between a big task or a small task but the key is to touch your goal every day in some way to edge 1% closer to it.