Are You Unintentionally Sabotaging Your Resolutions?
You’ve probably heard – or read advice on how to achieve your goals oodles of times. Clearly articulate your goal. Define small steps. Have a timeline. Measure progress. It’s good advice. Without those pieces your resolutions will quickly fall by the wayside. But it’s not enough. More often than not it’s the inner game that gets in the way. Here are 7 ways you might be unintentionally getting in your own way and sabotaging your resolutions.The Secret to Having All Your Dreams Come True
Catherine Pulsifer says it best – “Every day is important, what you are doing today, think about it, you are exchanging a day of your life for today.” So how do you make sure each day counts? How do you make sure each day you are working towards something worthwhile and creating the life of your dreams?5 Ways to Stay Focused On Your Most Important Goals
The essence of setting goals is to help us live our lives properly and achieve the things we desire in life. There are different areas of our lives we need to set goals like our finances, relationships, career and others. Setting goals is important but more important is our ability to maintain our focus until we achieve these goals.What Is Your Word-Of-The-Year for 2015?
Every January I ask my clients to pick a word to guide them throughout the year: a word summarizing their intentions for the year to come. I do the same exercise myself using Christine Kane’s powerful workbook, “Your Word of the Year Discovery Tool.”You Can’t Escape The Pain Of Life
Some people might look like they “have it made” in life, but they actually just have a different kind of trial. Humans all face trials.