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Your Goals Clearly In Mind
Keep Your Goals Fresh In Your Mind - Most of us have goals, the question is how many of us actually follow-up and work those goals.
What I mean is going a step further then actually recording your goals, with that said the question is how do we effectively work our goals list...
Here are a few techniques that work for me, hopefully you can adapt these to work for you. Add daily, weekly and monthly tasks to your overall goals.
Make these tasks achievable yet enough to stretch you at the same time.
The objective of achieving our goals is as much as what it makes of us to reach them, as it is what we actually get in reaching them.
The main idea is that with each accomplished task, it's taking you closer to your overall dream.
Equally important is to take evaluation of your progress along the way. Review your goals at least once a week, or at least once a month! It is the old out of mind, out of sight saying.
Don't fall victim to it.
Keep your goals fresh in your mind.
If you can review your goals each day you're that much better off.
It really is about keeping our objectives fresh in our minds.
To your success, Josh Hinds
Josh Hinds of http://GetMotivation.com specializes in helping people to achieve maximum success and live the life of their dreams -- receive his motivation newsletter by going to http://GetMotivation.com/ezines.html.
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eaziGOAL Review: Practical Goal Setting Tools for Everyone
I love the internet. I mean, anything at all you want to learn or research or just get more information on is right at your fingertips. And it's there for the taking! So many people have given their time and knowledge freely so that others may benefit from what they have learned.
The Value of Focus in Reaching Your Goals
"One aught never to turn one's back on a threatened danger and try to run away from it. If you do that, you will double the danger. But if you meet it promptly and without flinching, you will reduce the danger by half." -- Sir Winston Churchill
Why You Must Stop Setting Goals
My goal in life is to have no goals. They get in the way of true progress.
Vocalized Goals + Action = Realized Dreams
Do you have a dream? Is there something you want to do, to achieve, or to complete?
Are You Willing To Risk It?
What would your life be like if you kept doing everything the same way? If you stood still for the next 10 or 20 years and didn't make progress with anything? If you stayed stuck in the same situations that you're in now?
Setting Sail for Your Destination
Whether taking on a new project, starting a new job, beginning a new relationship, retiring, relocating, or any new start, setting sail can be the most exciting and exhilarating part of the journey. The anticipation that comes with taking off toward your destination helps to propel you forward. However, setting sail may also be accompanied by challenges or feelings of anxiety and fear as you leave the safety of the known to risk stepping into the unknown. For me, the past two years have been a time of new beginnings. A move to a new city, getting settled in a new home, meeting new friends and colleagues, exploring a new area and learning a new language have marked many new opportunities. It has been an exciting adventure and a time that I have enjoyed very much. It has also been a tremendous learning experience and has challenged me in ways I'd never dreamed of when I began this journey. Following are four tips that have helped me during this time and that I hope will help you navigate more confidently and successfully as you set sail.
Six Keys To Build Vision - Point Five
5.Submit it to good leaders (accountability breeds stability and security)
Do You Think You Could You Have Achieved More?
If you are anything like me, the end of the year might just leave you a little disappointed that you could have achieved more but didn't.
Start Working on Your Goals Today!
The alarm goes off at 6am, you roll out of bed and run down the hall to wake up the kids. You're going to be late again! You shower fast while the kids are getting dressed then you head downstairs to grab nutrition bars because you don't have time to make breakfast. You grab the backpacks on the way to the babysitters, give them fast kisses when you get there and you're on your way to work. Did I mention the crying?
Goal Getting: 5 Steps to Get You There Quickly
One of the things that frustrated me while in school was that most of the psychology books specialized in complicating things. It's the same with many self-help books as well. I always wondered why relationships, change and meeting goals couldn't be made much more simple.
Is your life on purpose? Does just the question stop you in your tracks? Have you been so caught up in the pace of our world that you've not even thought lately about whether or not your life is going in the right direction?
Achieving Goals: The Remaining 90% - Sheer Persistence
Achieving goals requires persistence. Here's the proof: In 1915 Ty Cobb set up an amazing baseball record of stealing 96 bases. Seven years later Max Carey set the second-best record with 51 stolen bases.
Motivation and Goal Settings ?The to Do List
What is it that you need to do in order to be successful in your endeavor? One way to find out is to write a daily "To do list". This "To do list" will supplement your goal settings. It will simplify yours steps towards achieving your long term goal(s).
Do You Really Value What You Wish For?
I am sitting in a shopping mall, waiting for my wife to finish her Christmas shopping. Next to me is a rather pathetic-looking fountain, which contains hundreds of coins, mostly thrown in by children of irate shoppers.
When You See Money as a Tool in Your Goal Setting Process, You Will Lead a More Balanced Life
Where Does Money Fit In the Goal Setting Process?
Its The Ride That Counts
Having goals is a good thing. It means that you're willing to take the first step to achieving those goals. When you write down your goals, articulate them on paper, that's the first step to achieving them.
Be Discontented With The Status Quo
It is natural to be satisfied with the way things are; but the moment we settle for how things are, we give up the opportunity to experience how things could be. Life is evolutionary, but only if we allow it to be. If we choose to, we can get stuck in the comfort of the status quo and miss the real opportunities that require us to step into a bigger life.
Decide and Declare!
Did you start off the new year with goals and plans? Are you achieving everything you set out to do? Feel invigorated by your new life?
Do Your Goals Match Your Passions?
Making sure our goals are properly aligned with our passions only makes sense. If you have the wish to move up the corporate ladder, start your own business, or just about any other worthwhile endeavor you're going to make things a lot easier on yourself if you're working on things that get you personally excited and make you feel alive when you're working on them (i.e. following your passions).
Hearing and Seeing Your Destiny
As a child, I read an autobiography of Annie Sullivan. She was the woman who brought Helen Keller out of her dark and silent world and into a place of understanding few of us in the hearing and seeing world fully grasp. I decided I wanted to become a teacher for people like Helen. I wanted to bring lightness and sound into people's lives.
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