To be successful, you know you need to set goals, but actually reaching your goals is where the real work starts.
If you have tried and fallen short of your objectives in the past, it’s easy to get discouraged; maybe you’ve started to wonder if you are the kind of person who can reach goals easily or if goals are even worth setting.
Every great achievement comes from setting goals. Each leader, entrepreneur, and go-getter achieved their dreams by creating an attainable goal-setting process to help them follow through and succeed.
Whether you have personal development goals, project management goals, or broader business goals to accomplish, everyone can benefit from creating SMART goals.
Find out what the SMART acronym stands for and why SMART goals are important. I will also share some helpful SMART goal setting examples, how to set attainable SMART goals, and tips to help you achieve your professional and personal goals using the SMART framework.… Read more
Your subconscious mind is like a huge memory bank. It permanently stores everything that ever happens to you, and its capacity is virtually unlimited.
By the time you reach the age of 21, you’ve already permanently stored more than one hundred times the contents of the entire Encyclopedia Britannica.
Under hypnosis, people can often remember, with perfect clarity, past events that happened many years before.
But why don’t we actively recall everything our subconscious minds hold?
While your unconscious memory is virtually perfect, it is your conscious recall that is suspect.
The exciting news is we can use our conscious minds to reprogram our subconscious minds and harness the power of positive thinking to overcome negative thoughts and bad habits to achieve all of our life dreams.
Inspirational quotes can help motivate us and create a positive outlook on life and work when we need it most. They do so by harnessing the power of positive thinking. Reframing our brains to think positively is a key step in leading a happy and successful life.
You make a choice when you decide how you will react to any given situation. If you’re choosing (sometimes subconsciously) to complain and think negatively, your natural reaction will be to dwell on the negatives of every situation.
Have you ever heard the phrase “success comes to those who work”?
This is most likely true. But there’s one other ingredient that is absolutely crucial to success: planning.
When you create a plan, the likelihood that you will be successful skyrockets. Your plan will act as your roadmap to success. Once you’ve created a plan, you will know exactly what you need to do in order to be successful and how you’re going to do it.
If you don’t have a plan, you will be stumbling around working on tasks that don’t really matter, hoping to magically become successful. But success doesn’t happen by magic. It takes hard work — and with a little advance planning, you’ll be equipped with everything you need to begin that work.
Success comes to those who plan. Here’s how to start planning for all of your accomplishments.
Some of the most important questions that you ever ask yourself on your journey through life are, “Why am I here?” “What do I really, really want in life?” “Where am I going?” “If I achieve all my goals, what would it look like?”
The most successful people are invariably those who spend the most time thinking about who they are and where they are going. They then constantly evaluate and re-evaluate their progress in light of who they are and what they really want.
To have a fulfilling life, you must find your passion. Today, I want to show you how special you are, identify some things that may keep you from finding your passion, and give you 10 steps to find your true calling and more fulfilling life.
The 80 20 rule is a tried and true principle that can set your life up for success.
You can apply it to any aspect of your life, including at work and home, with fitness and health, relationships, and personal progress.
Today, I will explain what the 80 20 rule is, why it is also called the Pareto Principle, examples of how it is used in real-life situations, and how you can apply it to your life to achieve the success you are looking for.