The road to real achievement is usually bumpy and long, but you do not give up. You may have setbacks. You may have to start over. You may have to change your method. you may have to start over.
Starting the new year with some fresh goals can seem like a good idea—but we’ve got a better one.
Blog post at Asian Efficiency – Time Management and Productivity : It’s on ongoing debate in the productivity space as to whether goals (and missions in life) should be kept a secret or loudly broadcast [..]
88% of you will fail to achieve your New Year’s resolution. Wanna join the 12%? Discover why New Year’s resolutions fail (and what you can do about it).
Michaela Cristallo writes a great post for CYT about small steps you can take to start living your passion today.
Avoid these 7 common mistakes if you want to reach your life goals faster.
Web: 100 wants to motivate you into learning a new skill in a hundred days by tracking your progress each day through a short video post. Along the way, people can like your vids and send you a few words of encouragement too.
Dreams do not have to be just dreams. There are things that each person can do to reach their dreams. Successful people do certain things differently to reach their dreams.
Damn it! Aren’t we meant to succeed? Of course we are. And we will! We just have to keep on keeping on avoid the most common pitfalls:
Setting goals and having dreams comes easily to most people but achieving them is a whole other ball game. This video unpacks one simple technique that you can implement to help you take the first step to achieving both your personal and entrepreneurial goals.
Our culture is so permeated by goal setting that you’d think by now we should all be master goal-setters. We know we need to set specific, challenging goals and record our progress. Making public commitments is also key to achieving our goals.
Having visual reminders of your goals, dreams, and aspirations helps keep you focused on what’s important to you. Throughout life’s daily crises, stresses, and distractions, visual reminders can help you remember the big picture. They can help you overcome challenges and move forward each day toward achieving the life you truly desire.
Further Secrets of Adulthood: I never think about “balance,” because that suggests that there’s room for everything, if I could just juggle it correctly. Now I tell myself, “I have plenty of time for the things I love to do”–which means dropping things that I don’t love to do.
My flexible goal managing weekly planner came out of my frustration with traditional rigid and complicated time management plans.
Whether your goals are lofty or low, chances are you won’t reach them without failing — frequently. Get up, learn for next time, and keep going.
Blog post at Asian Efficiency – Time Management and Productivity : Let’s talk about how to systematically uncover and beat success barriers.
In the book, The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness, Stephen Covey shares how we can close the execution gap and vastly improve our ability to focus on and execute our top priorities. We can do so, by making it a habit to focus on the “wildly important” versus the “merely important.”
All those big things we want to do–exercise more, improve our relationships, keep learning–tend to get lost in the daily grind. To keep yourself on track doing those things you enjoy and should do, Design for Hackers author David Kadavy suggests “prescribing” yourself jelly beans. Yes, jelly beans.
Video: Are you addicted to achievement?
The goal setting exercise I’m about to share with you is much more realistic, effective and creative. It’s called… The “Average Perfect Day”.
Post a picture of your goal someplace visible — near your desk or on your refrigerator, for example.
Making difficult decisions requires us to use a number of critical and creative thinking processes.
There’s no better way to succeed than to follow the footsteps of those that already did. Here are 13 success tips from some of the world’s most successful people.`
If you’ve ever wondered, “What do I want to do with my life,” this article will help you find out.
We all have things that we want to achieve in our lives — getting into the better shape, building a successful business, raising a wonderful family, writing a best-selling book, winning a championship, and so on