Is Your Goal A Desire Or To End An Aversion?
So many people are confused as to why they do not get all of their goals. Sometimes they succeed at some goals, but not others. This article will explain why that is. Movement is always two fold, you move towards something and away from something at the same time. The same principle applies to goals and desires.Punch It: Going For It Is The Solution For Everything
Everybody has something they really want. Yet, the things holding us back are better seen than the forces pushing us forward at times. I say this: The ultimate impetus is within ourselves and we need to “punch it” forward ourselves to embrace what we genuinely want in existence and life.Goal-Setting It Forward
There is much oblige to the personal development and self-motivation out there, but the true fulfillment of it lays in what you can do for yourself, personally. Yes, the self-motivation and development move is very helpful to the building of man. Many lives have gone on to success because of it. But, what if you could build achievement for you? What if you could strategically take a step by step pattern and create the paramount of a successful year?Judas Got the Money
I’m sure I wasn’t alone when I say that I found myself with a paintbrush in my hand over the Christmas holidays. Whenever I’m doing a spot of painting I like to put on an audio book to wile the time away so I thought I’d throw an oldie but a goodie – Jim Rohn. If you’ve ever listened to or read any of Jim Rohn’s work you’ll know what I’m talking about; his thoughts are full of timeless wisdom and they are always presented in such an amenable way you can’t help but get sucked into his message. “Judas got the money” is a short tale that he tells and it’s about, you guessed it, Judas’s betrayal of Jesus Christ to the Romans and it reminded me about the real essence of what goal achievement is all about. With the new year upon us and new opportunities opening up all around us I thought I’d share my thoughts on how to turn goal setting from an academic exercise to one of goal achievement. Let’s start off on a positive note… well kinda…How to Live Life at High Speed!
I’ve recently taken on more responsibility that has changed the dynamics of my life quite considerably and I’m very excited about the opportunity. This has meant I haven’t had the time to focus on some of the things that are important to me because “there are only so many hours in the day” and “I just don’t have time for everything”… and other excuses. Sound familiar at all? So I’ve decided to do something about it and make a few changes so I can continue to live life at high speed and enjoy it along the way. One of the changes I made was buying a new motorbike (a Honda Hornet 900cc for those of you who know bikes) which is saving me an hour to an hour and a half commute time every day – that’s huge! It’s been about ten years since I’d last driven a motorbike and I noticed I was getting a little nervous and over cautious going into sharp corners. I wasn’t enjoying this feeling so I started to experiment and do things differently. Here’s what I learned…