Crystallise Your Goals
My background as a systems analyst and project manager taught me a lot about planning and to be frank, I love getting things organized. So it came as a bit of a shock to me when I started coaching small business owners to discover that not everyone loves planning like I do. Even when they enjoy that part, most small business owners are just too busy. I quickly realized I needed to simplify the process and make it as enjoyable as possible.4 Steps To Conquer Your New Year’s Resolutions
There comes a point in time when all needs to be evaluated and this is the time that resolutions are made. Making personal or business resolutions is just like a baker preparing to bake a very sweet cake but at the same time forgetting to include critical ingredients.New Year’s Resolutions for Professionals and Entrepreneurs
The New Year is always a time for reflection, when we decide to accomplish our personal goals: lose weight, spend more time with family, or stop smoking. But what about our professional goals?4 Starting Points to Help Set Priorities
Did you make a New Year resolution? Do you know your options when it comes to sticking to your resolutions? Would you like to consider a new approach to goal setting?How to Prioritize Your Goals
In order to prioritize your goals you’ll need to have a good understanding of what you need to be happy in your life. There are typically four areas in which most people make goals: 1. Family – Spending more time with your kids or partner 2. Financial – Saving toward your six month emergency cash or starting a business 3. Physical – Being healthy and more active 4. Personal – Getting more education, or devoting more time to spiritual pursuits Within each of these areas are numerous concerns, but most goals can be summed up into one of these four areas.