Simple Tips for Making The Most Of Your Time
There is no doubt that people are leading more hectic lives than ever these days. For that reason, solid time management skills have become a necessity. Review the tips and guidance that follow below, and you will soon acquire the knowledge necessary to effectively manage the tasks and duties that make your life manageable and enriched.Will You PURSUE Your Dreams?
How often have you heard or participated in a discussion about pursuing and attaining one’s dreams, and what needs to be done? While experience has clearly demonstrated how essential having, caring about, and aiming to attain a dream is motivating and self – driving, directing us to go after things that are important to us personally, in order to make these truly meaningful, we must not only make the decision to, but also to know the components involved, when we want to PURSUE these essential dreams. These components include: Persistence and perseverance; Urging/ motivating others to join you in your…Happy New Year!
This Year be the best you can ever be! The New Year is a great time to reflect on the changes you want or need to make.Is Your Goal Quest In Neutral, Drive, Overdrive Or Reverse?
While much has been written and discussed about how essential meaningful goals and goal setting are to one’s potential for achieving success, much less has been said about how our attitude and approach dramatically impacts our eventual results. We need to introspectively examine and evaluate what gear we are in when we strive to reach these levels. Some individuals appear to do nearly anything they can to merely tread water, thus preferring their personal equivalent of neutral gear, taking few risks, and achieving their own level of mediocrity.Do You Want It to Stop or Do You Want to Soar?
My mentor likes to ask a great question – do you just want it to stop or do you want to excel? Read on to find out what exactly making “it” stop means and how to change it. Wanting “it” to stop, refers to wanting your struggle to stop. The bills, the working hard, the overwhelm, etc. You get the idea.