A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words
Want a way to keep your yearly goals at the top of your mind? Create a vision board. A vision board is a collection of words and/or pictures that represent what you desire in your business and in your life – but it’s also much more than that.How You Can Slow the Passage of Time
Time flies even when you’re NOT having fun! Does time seem to slip through your fingers like sand? Would you like to have productive days and not wasted days. If so, read on…Are Prideful Goals Still As Glorious and Worthy?
We all know that if we want to accomplish something difficult we need to break it down into parts and set goals along the way to the final day of achievement. But are all goals created equally? No, no they are not, and recently this was brought to my attention while discussing the psychology of achievement with an acquaintance, Jared Kent, who stated; “Some goals are purely prideful but you learn more along the way,” and he added; “making it to the moon and the technology advances made during the journey.” Wow, those are good points indeed, so let’s talk shall we?There Are Many Types of Goals
I was talking with a very accomplished individual last year, Jared Kent, about goals. Personally, I use strategic goals to achieve things in my life as most of us do. Still, my acquaintance reminded me that not all goals are created equally, yes, he’s right and to that point, nor should they. Let’s talk about a couple of types of goals in this short 3-minute read article shall we?Review Your Goals Regularly
We all know that the earlier we detect a problem or an issue, earlier we can act upon and resolve it. Same principle can be applied to our progress. The earlier we detect a block, deviation or slump in the progress, sooner we take necessary action and thereby overcome it. This article discusses the importance of reviewing one’s goals intermittently and incorporating the changes so that each goal is achieved effectively.