Goals

The 3 Biggest Misconceptions About Discovering Your Life Purpose
www.finerminds.com

Many people spend years pondering the question “What is my life purpose?” For some it can be a lifelong journey to discover.

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How to Drop Your Fear of Failure Once and For All
www.stevenaitchison.co.uk

Fear of failure makes you play small in life. It stops you from chasing your dreams -and it needs to be dropped once and for all. Ready to do just that?

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The tragedy of small expectations (and the trap of false dreams)
sethgodin.typepad.com

Ask a hundred students at Harvard Business School if they expect to be up for a good job when they graduate, and all of them will say “yes.” Ask a bright ten-year old girl if she expects to have a…

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Season 4, Episode 8: Goal Setting for Beginners [Podcast]
michaelhyatt.com

5 Principles for Setting Goals That Work Welcome to Season 4, Episode 8 of the This Is Your Life podcast.

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9 Ways To Pump Success From The Unsuccessful
www.lifehack.org

When our personal lives have become unsuccessful, we begin searching for ways to pump success back in. Lucky for you, we’ve found nine ways to pull it off.

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Small Business Ideas and Resources for Entrepreneurs
www.inc.com

Visit Inc.com for the latest issue of Inc. Magazine and get advice, tools, and services that help your small business grow.

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The 5 Keys To Setting Goals Like A Champ
www.pickthebrain.com

We all have goals that we want to achieve in life. A good goal should really ignite a strong desire within you and motivate you to take action.

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Why Successful People Plan Their Lives 90 Days at a Time
www.asianefficiency.com

Taylor Pearson shares with us his system for planning and goal setting – 90 days at a time.

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How to do a day’s work in just 90 minutes using focus blocks – Talented Ladies Club
www.talentedladiesclub.com

Wish you could be more productive at work? Learn how to complete a day’s work in just 90 minutes using focus blocks.

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15 Things Highly Focused People Don’t Do
www.goldmyne.tv

Focus is key to success and happiness in life. The most successful people on this planet are highly focused. They pay attention to the present moment and present tasks. This habit ensures they are fully engaged in activities, get more done properly and deal with adverse life events better. Highly focused people are simply mindful. […]

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5 Ways to Keep Big Goals from Spoiling Everyday Happiness
psychcentral.com

What happens when achieving that big goal feels like a big letdown? Keep your eye on the goal? Visualize your win? That’s the secret to success, yes? But what if you don’t exactly feel the “thrill of victory” after the big win?…

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10 Easy Steps To Achieve Anything You Want
www.finerminds.com

Want to start a creative or business project, finish reading that backlog of books, clear out your wardrobe, stick to an exercise or healthy eating regime or get some momentum with your home renovations?

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7 Strategies to Shift from Goal-Setting to Manifesting
www.stevenaitchison.co.uk

When we set a goal, we focus our mind on something we don’t have. Change the focus by using 7 strategies to shift from goal-setting to manifesting.

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5 Ways You Can Stay Focused On Your Big Goal(s)
www.pickthebrain.com

Here are tips on how you can stay focused on your goals and keep yourself from making excuses at neglecting, procrastinating, and eventually failing at achieving your goals.

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The Case for Making a Goal for Your Next Vacation
lifehacker.com

Goals and vacation don’t sound like they go together. After all, vacations aren’t supposed to be work, and goals seem like work. But Harvard Business Review makes a valid point—setting goals for your vacation helps you prioritize what you want to get out of them.

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5 Simple Habits That Guarantee Rapid Progress Towards Your Goals
www.pickthebrain.com

Habits dictate every aspect of our lives. To make rapid progress towards your goals, you need the right habits. Here are 5 that guarantee quicker results.

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Hey, You! Try These 5 Ideas to Stay Focused While Working Online.
www.entrepreneur.com

Even in the most quiet of places our own technology seems to be working against us.

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How to Harness Digital Tools to Focus on Your Goals and Work Smarter
blog.evernote.com

Work smarter by harnessing digital tools to focus on the goals and relationships that are most important to you, instead of getting distracted.

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5 Project-Planning Tips to Help You Meet Your Goals
www.entrepreneur.com

Your first step: Have you even defined what a “project” is?

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9 Ways to Reach Your Goals Lightning Fast
www.pickthebrain.com

Here is a list of 9 things you can do to accomplish your goals quickly.

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Reach Goals Faster by Reviewing and Reiterating Habits Every Three Days
lifehacker.com

The more time you spend wondering how best to approach something, the less time you have to actually learn the best way for you. You have to learn through failure, so you might as well fail faster.

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8 Creative Ways To Motivate Yourself To Reach Goals
www.lifehack.org

If you’re looking for a creative way to motivate yourself and reach your goals, check out these tips!

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61 Ways To Increase Productivity And How To Achieve Goals In Life
www.psysci.co

61 Ways To Increase Productivity And How To Achieve Goals In Life: A list of great tips to give you a boost!

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Want To Get Things Done? Stop Multitasking And Focus
therouse.com

Are you interested in growing your business, or achieving some important life objective such as paying down debt, losing weight, or quitting smoking?

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6 Things To Do Every Day To Ensure You Stick To Your Goals
www.lifehack.org

stick to being consistent and practice these things daily to stick to your goals

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Think of Your Goal as a Compass, Not an Endpoint
lifehacker.com

It’s hard not to picture a goal as a destination, but that type of thinking can be demotivating. You’re either there having succeeded, or you’re not. By thinking of your goals as a compass, you can keep your focus on the direction you need to go.

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