The Cure To Laziness – Jim Rohn Motivation




How to Make a Bucket List – Life Goals to Strive to Complete

Everyone daydreams about the things they long to experience in life. Some people make plans for a handful of them. A rare few even accomplish most or all of what they set out to do. What sets these accomplished dreamers apart? Well, for one, they took the time to put it down in writing, all their hopes and dreams, wishes and life goals. It sounds too easy, but in fact the simple act of writing something down makes it more real. The continued process of looking at and thinking about these wanted experiences pushes us each to take small steps to making them so.

How To Schedule Yourself To Achieve Your Goals

In my experience many people have vague goals in their head (not written) and there is little correlation between their day to day schedule and achieving their goals. In this article I explain a process by which you can start with your goals and then work back to where you are scheduling your time to actually make it happen.

Goal Setting: Seven Reasons Why You Need to Write Your Goals

One of the most common tips for goal setting is “to write down your goals”. The benefits and powers of goal setting seem to be magnified ten-fold when you start writing your goals down. In this article we provide the reasons why writing down your goals is essential.

Goal Setting – Don’t Let Gadgets Control Your Time

In the modern age that we live in, it’s very easy to get distracted. Television, computers, play stations, and 1000s of other types of gadgets all demand our time. We are constantly bombarded with information, causing information overload. While all of these things have their benefits, and we admit that we are a gadget fan, they do distract you. If you don’t take control of your time, they take you away from the important things in your life, cause you to feel over loaded and eat away at your time.

Goal Setting – Think Big, Act Small

The process of goal setting can be broken down into two main components. The first is the actual goals that you set, the second is the plan you put in place to achieve those goals. To be successful, you must first set achievable and measurable goals that are relevant to you. Once you have your goals in place, you then need to break these down into smaller goals and into an achievable plan. This article shows you how

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