How to Close Out Your Year and Turn Your Attention to 2017

As the beginning of 2017 draws near, we are reminded of the many excitements that the approach of the new year brings — the upcoming holidays, a fresh start, a renewal of our dedication to our goals.

Many times we may forget to take the time to reflect on the past year and to establish where we want the new year to take us.

Today, I want to give you some strategies that you can use as we close out 2016 to ensure you take full responsibility for the year that’s passed and move forward with renewed energy and commitment to yourself and your goals.

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Use The Law of Attraction to Improve Your Leadership Skills

When you begin leading a new business or take on a new leadership role in a business, you will usually be relatively inexperienced in the cut-and-thrust of business activities. Because of your lack of experience, you will go into business with the wrong people, hire the wrong people, and get involved with the wrong people at many levels.

This is normal and natural and to be expected in the beginning. The key is to always be growing, as a person and as a leader. As you continue to grow and learn, it will reflect in all parts of your life and in business. … Read more

Infographic: 3 Key Goals to Keep Your Life in Balance

To achieve a good work life balance you must ensure that you are goal setting to cover the three most important areas of your life. They must be in harmony with each other, not contradictory. Just as a wheel must be perfectly balanced to rotate smoothly, your life must be in balance as well for you to feel happy and effective. There are three types of different goals you must set in order to achieve personal development and balance. … Read more

Professional and Personal Development through Lifelong Learning

The reason that many people underachieve in their careers is because they do not realize how long it takes to achieve mastery in any field. Extensive research in this area suggests that it requires about five to seven years of hard work for you to move to the top of your field and continued lifelong learning. This means five to seven years of focused, concentrated, determined hard work on yourself to get better and better in the key result areas that are responsible for your personal development. And there are no short cuts…. Read more

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