Category Archive for: ‘Goals’
Today, we want to focus on four small, but important suggestions about setting goals. I’ll go through these quickly.
ONLY ONE SENTENCE. When you write a goal, I want it to be only one sentence. Many people make the mistake of making their goals too long. …Read More →
TaDAH!!!Read More →
We’re finally here! Over the last four posts, we’ve gone into detail about the first eight steps of our goal setting progress. Today we will tackle the ninth and final step:
SEND WEEKLY PROGRESS REPORTS!
So what does that mean?
You may have heard of the study that …
In our last session, we talked about the importance of setting reminders for your goals and putting them where you’ll see them on a regular basis. Today, we’re going to learn the eighth step:Read More →
“TAKE ACTION EVERY DAY!”
Once you’ve set your goal, do something with it …
In the previous three sessions, we’ve discussed the first six goal setting tips. These will bring you great results if you’ll use them as described!Read More →
Today we’re going to tackle Step 7:
After you’ve set the goal, you want to write it down. Then, take …
As we stated in Session 5, Steps 1-4 are all about actually setting the goal. If you’ve not read that session yet, please hit the link and review those before continuing with this post. Session 5Read More →
Let’s begin to explore what to do after you’ve set …
Over the last four sessions, we’ve begun to define what a great goal is, and we’ve started exploring what it means to build a goal.Read More →
Today we’re going to begin talking about some of the steps you’re going to take when crafting a goal.
Over the years, …
In the last session, we came up with a simple, easy-to-use definition for goals. If you’ve not read that one yet, you can find it here (Session 3).Read More →
Today, we’re going to discuss SMART goals.
I’m quite sure that many of you have heard of this acronym …
Today I want to take a couple of minutes to discuss how we’re going to define goals.Read More →
As we talked about in Session 1, there are many reasons that people don’t like goals. Two of these were Fear of Failure and Intimidation.
Many times we’re afraid of …