Discover the Secret to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions
Why is it that so many will fail to complete their goals for 2014? Discover how NOT to become part of the 92% of people who just just cannot seem to succeed in making New Year’s resolutions last long-term.Keep Moving Forward – Standing Still = Going Backward
World-class athletes understand the importance of operating at peak performance, and they also realize the work that got them to where they are today won’t get them to where they want to be in the future. Think about it this way: the man who ran the first four-minute mile achieved a great milestone, but he needed to push himself to be even better as his contemporaries trained to best his time.New Year’s Intention!
How many times to you do it. You get through the year and you haven’t even accomplish your New Years Resolution and now and New Year has approached. Yet again you set an intention and some goals and say this is the year for you. Before you know it you are back to square one and another year has come and gone. I am here to give you some pointers on how you can get going on your New Years intention so that you can achieve your goals by the end of the year.Goal Setting Will Fail Without This
As a business owner you have no doubt set some new goals for this year whether it be increased turnover, number of new clients, a higher profit margin or even to expand your team for growth and to allow you more freedom. Goal setting can be fun and gets you energized – like you can conquer everything. But be honest with yourself. Do you actually think you will achieve these goals?Making Mid-Year Changes That Lead to Success
Change is such a scary proposition for many of us that we avoid it at any cost-even when its result can be overwhelmingly positive. The one time of year when change seems to be more palatable is around the beginning of a new year, when “fresh starts” are often sought, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t be thinking about change all the time, especially as we pass the midpoint of the year.