Goals

Infographic: 3 Key Goals to Keep Your Life in Balance
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Setting goals and achieving work life balance is hard. Use these 3 key goals to gain balance in your life and achieve professional and personal development.

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Great Leaders are Rarely Realistic
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Great leaders go beyond what other people think is possible or realistic. What’s realistic for one person, is unrealistic for another. And vice versa. Tony Robbins shares how great leaders go above and beyond what the world expects.

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5 Things No One Ever Tells You About Following Your Passion
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Five things no one tells you about finding and following your passion, some of which might take you by surprise!

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Powerful visualisation techniques for the non-visual
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Powerful visualisation techniques for the non-visual

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How to Change Your Beliefs and Stick to Your Goals for Good
jamesclear.com

The basic idea is that the beliefs you have about yourself can drive your long-term behavior. Maybe you can trick yourself into going to the gym or eating healthy once or twice, but if you don’t shift your underlying identity, then it’s hard to stick with long-term changes.

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How to Stay Focused When You Get Bored Working Toward Your Goals
lifehacker.com

We all have goals and dreams, but it can be difficult to stick with them. Each week, I hear from people who say things like, “I start with good intentions, but I can’t seem to maintain my consistency for a long period of time.” Or, they will say, “I struggle with mental endurance. I get […]

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7 Things You Should Do To Stay Balanced And Happy When You’re Busy
www.lifehack.org

Trying to stay balanced and happy when you are busy running around is a challenge. But it is possible when you focus on your internal world.

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How to Measure Progress in Your Personal Goals: Daily, Weekly and Monthly
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A look at the science of measuring your personal goals and how it affects your well-being, as well as some examples of ways to track your own progress.

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Why “The Process” is the Most Crucial Aspect of Achieving Your Goals
lifehacker.com

When it comes to setting goals—whether they’re personal, professional, financial, or anything in between—it’s easy to forget that anyone who’s gotten where you want to be went through a long process to get there. Finance blog Mom and Dad Money explains why this is the most important, yet overlooked aspect of changing your habits.

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The Myth of Working Hard for Success
www.getbusymedia.com

Too many of us spend time on mundane tasks that don’t impact our businesses. Re-focus and re-prioritize your efforts on high impact tasks that will move the needle for your business.

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How to Set Goals
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How to set goals and achieve them! Set SMART goals that cascade to objectives and watch your personal time management improve.

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How to Measure Progress in Your Personal Goals: Daily, Weekly and Monthly
blog.bufferapp.com

A look at the science of measuring your personal goals and how it affects your well-being, as well as some examples of ways to track your own progress.

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The Surprising Activity That Helps You Reach Your Goals
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One of our clients, Kevin, had a goal to complete a redesign of his website by the end of the third quarter. However, as a business owner, he never seemed to find the time to focus on it while juggling dozens of other responsibilities.

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6 Simple But Effective Ways You Can Reach Your Goals
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Goals push us to keep going. They motivate us and help us lock on to a target. Through evolution we have learned that the best way to get results is to focus our attention on one thing at a time.

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6 Tricks For Waking Up Early
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To accomplish a big goal, such as launching a new business, writing a novel or starting an exercise regime, productivity experts will often suggest getting up early.

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“Don’t Aim for the Finish Line”
lifehacker.com

We like goals. Having goals to reach towards is healthy and it keeps you on the right track. However, those events or statuses we reach towards are only milestones. As astronaut and space’s first intergalactic rock star Chris Hadfield explains, the finish line isn’t the most important part of the journey.

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5 Facts About Reaching Goals That Make or Break Friends
www.pickthebrain.com

I spent the last three years working towards a goal, but instead of moving forward I fell backwards. I forgot the most important aspect of goals: action.

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Why Your Goals Are Too Long
timemanagementninja.com

Your goals are too long. Not too big, but too long. If you are setting deadlines a year away, that’s not achievable. It’s too far away to be real, and too far for you to act on it. Maybe it’s time to set shorter goals.

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Here are the 7 things that can make you wildly successful
www.theweek.com

Researchers have a lot to say about the science of success

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Doing What Counts
www.success.com

Eight tips to help prioritize and reach goals. I’m working 13 hours a day and still not accomplishing what’s really needed. What should I do to finish the truly key tasks?

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Never Set Goals, But Do This Instead
personalsuccesstoday.com

I ran into a great post about goal setting from Leo Babauta this morning. In it he suggests that the best goal, is no goal at all.

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Dare to Dream: Seize the Day with 7 Simple Steps
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Create personal success in life and dare to dream big dreams! Every great achievement begins with a vision and it’s up to you to seize the day and just do it!

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Prioritize Goals by how They Affect One Another
lifehacker.com

We all have goals. Some of us even take the steps of writing those goals down and reviewing them once in a while. But when making your plans, take the time to examine your goals to see how they interconnect. You might find great ways to streamline them.

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Stop Using Past Experience to Measure Future Success
lifehacker.com

Your past experience provides a framework for thinking about the future. You can draw on that experience to gain perspective and avoid repeating mistakes. But measuring your future success by the yardstick of past experiences (particularly failures) can really sap your self-confidence.

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Who do you want to be this year?
nmhouston.com

I’ve been talking with several people this week about how quickly January sped by — the fresh start of the new year’s arrival seems now long ago. For many people, the good intentions or resolutions started in January have partially or fully evaporated, disrupted by winter weather, illness, or heavy workloads.

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