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Brass-Knuckled Tenacity

This morning while playing with words and doing a “mix and match” combination trial I came up with the title, “Brass-Knuckled Tenacity.” While it sounds a little harsh and brazen, especially the brass-knuckled part, I believe that these two terms together formulate essential ingredients for success. Perhaps I also like the dynamic vision of the words because while I possess a high level of tenacity – give me a job and I will see it through to completion – I often like the nerve and obstinacy to stand up to adversity and adverse personalities. I would rather placate than cause a fight and that causes me to back down in some cases and to capitulate in others.

Choose Your Theme

Resolutions rarely do the trick. Choosing a theme for your year gives you a structure on which to hang your actions, reactions, and mindset – the “magic” combination that creates the kind of change that lasts.

How To Achieve Short-Term And Long-Term Goals

Short-term goals are things that you want to achieve sometime in the near future. You could want to have achieved a short-term goal in a week, a month or even a year. Long-term goals are things you want to achieve over the course of a few years or even longer. This article will explain how you can achieve your short-term and long-term goals.

3 Ways Visuals Can Help Achieve Your Goals

Having visual reminders of your goals, dreams, and aspirations helps keep you focused on what’s important to you. Throughout life’s daily crises, stresses, and distractions, visual reminders can help you remember the big picture. They can help you overcome challenges and move forward each day toward achieving the life you truly desire.

8 Ways To Focus On Your Personal PRIORITY

How often have you heard how important it is to have goals and priorities, while at the same time, rarely discussing the essential details, actions, or plans that might assist you in best doing so? Far too often, in our desire to fit in with the crowd, or to be more popular, or to take less personal risk, we proceed by following the dreams, plans and aspirations of the crowd, rather than objectively evaluating what we want to do (or be). One’s priorities must be personal in nature, and must be things that mean the most to you (in a…

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