Category : Self Development

Do You Have A Goal Setting Strategy Ready?

Goal Setting Strategy

Everyone has goals they want to reach. Maybe weight loss or personal finances. Or specific business growth goals. Or health related goals. Or something else.

Regardless of what milestones you want to achieve, you won’t get there if all you have in mind is the end result.

Setting goals is just one part of the equation.

Knowing how to get there is the piece of the puzzle that many people leave out, which leads them to flounder, procrastinate and veer off course… until one day they realize they’re completely off base and have wasted a lot of time and effort.

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Dress For Success

Power Dressing

It’s that time of the year when we make New Year resolutions. And decide, in good faith, to develop new habits.

Yet most will fall by the wayside even before the first few weeks of 2018 are gone.

Why?

Because many people don’t know the simple secret of how to build new habits that last a lifetime!

My book “Knife At a Gunfight” is about this – and discusses the formation of specific new habits in a manner that overcomes your inner resistance and lets your willpower succeed.

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Know When To Stop

work life balance

Remember that your life is a series of seconds, minutes and hours each day.

It’s important to work hard because this contributes to your happiness and success. There’s nothing wrong with being the kind of person who works hard.

But if you’re working so many hours and you have such big projects on your shoulders that the line between work and your free time is blurred, it’s time to take a step back.

Too many people have made working long hours a habit – and don’t know when it’s time to stop!

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Reintegrate Into Life

Reintegration

Life may not be all we wanted it to be.

That’s a realization every middle-aged person wakes up to one fine day… and lives with for many years.

Where did all our dreams go?

The question haunts and taunts you. Keeps you awake late into the night, or awakens you in the early morning hours. Pops up inconveniently at odd times throughout your work day, sapping energy and kindling nostalgia for the “good old” past.

The cure to this ‘problem’ is reintegration.

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4 Rules For Dreamers

dreamer - 4 rules for dreamers

I’ve been called an optimist, dreamer and idealist.  I’ve also been called a cynic, pessimist and nihilist.  But I think of myself only as a pragmatic realist.  The kind who practices a realpolitik equivalent in my day to day life!

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