Goals Vs Resolutions
As we near the end of January of the New Year, it’s that magical time for two groups of people. For those who have Resolutions for the New Year, the overwhelming majority either have or shortly will give up and return to their old lives or at least pretending to work on change in their lives. For them, it’s a time of Freedom.3 Reasons Why People Fail at New Year’s Resolutions
Each year on January 1st, a large segment of the population think they become super-achievers and Goal-Setters. They “set” New Year’s Resolutions, firmly (sort of) intending to change their lives. Some people loudly proclaim their resolutions.Productivity Is a Trap When Pursuing Your Goals
Broadly speaking productivity is the measurement of how much you get done how quickly. We want to see our personal productivity rise, especially as we’re trying to achieve greater and greater Goals.Celebrating Your Success With Rewards
One of the ways we motivate ourselves to achieve our Goals is to give ourselves rewards for Success along the way. When we reach a milestone Goal, overcome a particularly difficult obstacle or finish the work of achieving the Goal itself, it’s a great idea to build in a reward for these achievements.What to Do When Your Goals Progess Is Slow
Good Goals are ones that take a little time and effort, sometimes a lot, to do. If our Goals are too easy, why bother, right?