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Categories :: Self Improvement : Goal Setting Articles


Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Goal Setting and Goal Getting: 3 Road Blocks and How to Break Through
1) You had a slip, and then decided to slide. In other words, you messed up a little bit, (didn’t go to the gym one day, had two desserts instead of one, etc.) and said “the heck with it, I’ve messed up, I’ll never make it anyway, I’m such a loser, so I might as well just enjoy myself!”Sound like any one you know?2) You set your goals for someone else or someone else set them for you.When you are doing it for someone else, your motivation and desire begins to fade rather quickly.3) You’ve been focused more on the goal than on the outcome.Huh, how’s that again? Allow me to explain it this way: whenever a new client com  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Goal Setting and Goal Getting: Excuse, Accuse, Refuse
ExcuseBecause of our well developed ability to rationalize (pronounced “rational - lies”), we can find an excuse for anything. Excuses usually sound something like this:Well, I really wanted to, but I couldn’t because (fill in the blank with a great sounding excuse)You know, I tried to do it, but (fill in the blank again)I did mean to do that, but (you know what to do here)Allow me to take just a moment to say: BULL! Barring nuclear war, economic collapse, or a threat to your life, there is always a way to meet your goals, when you are committed. Even then, there is probably a way to get it done anyway.Simply put, when it comes to   (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Gary Simpson 
 Article Title :: Parable of the Two Draft Horses
Many years ago I attended a motivational seminar (one of many!) where the speaker made quite a startling comment. He was talking about the power of co-operation and how it was so much easier to achieve a goal when everybody was pulling together. He gave an example. He started off by making a statement:"A draft horse can pull between 1 to 3 tons..."Well, I didn't know that. I still don't know for sure. I just took his word for it because it sounded reasonable. Then he posed a question. He asked:"What would you expect TWO draft horses to be able to pull?"Obviously, by simple deduction and mathematics, the answer that most of us came up with was 2 to 6 tons. Doubl  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Jeannette Kraar 
 Article Title :: The Be Smart and Soar Method to Breakthrough Goal Setting
SMART PlanningSpecific - Goals should be precise and they should emphasize what you want to happen. Specifics help us to focus our efforts and clearly define what we are going to do. To be specific, a goal should specifically address the What, Why, How and Who of the goal:WHAT are you going to do? Start with action words such as supervise, control, fix, manage, direct, create, prepare, generate, etc. WHY is this important to do at this time? What’ your motivation? What do you want to ultimately accomplish?HOW are you going to do it?WHO can help you?Measurable - If you can't measure it, you can't manage it. In the broadest sense, the whole goal statemen  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Jeff Herring 
 Article Title :: Goal Setting and Goal Getting: A Simple 4 Step Formula
1. Choose your one thingBe sure to keep it to just one thing, at least for now. Many people get bogged down by trying to do too many things at once, get discouraged and quit. Just one thing for now.2. Create a planBe sure to write it down. Don't just keep it in your head. The weakest ink is better than the strongest memory, everytime.If you don't know how to create a plan or what to put into a plan, find someone who does. Helpful people are out there, you do need to ask, however.3. Put your plan into actionA great plan with no action is only that, a great plan.No action equals no results.4. Follow through  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Ann Zuccardy 
 Article Title :: How I Ditched My To Do List: You Can Too!
A friend asked me what I accomplished yesterday. Did you run a mile? Did you finish a big project or land a new project? Did you do something to make the world a better place?Nope, I took a walk.Big deal (insert your own sarcastic inner critic voice here), right?Yes, it is. It's a HUGE deal. Here’s why.Sometimes we believe accomplishments have to be big flourishes of activity the whole world notices. If your boss in cubicle world doesn’t pat you on the back or if you haven’t told everyone within ten feet how you wrote three technical documents yesterday, your professional existence is not validated. If no one notices, it doesn't count. Our fast-pace  (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Stephanie Frank 
 Article Title :: 5 Steps to Create Solid, Powerful Goals
You know where you want to go, but how do you get there? You may find that making some decisions is easier than others. What do you do first? How long will it take? Will you need help getting there? How do you decide what's right for you?It helps if you understand what makes you tick; your personal value system. These values are the ones you live with, not necessarily every day, but over the course of your life, that enable you to live with your decisions.First, sit down and make a list of the top 20 or 30 values that are important to you:* family* personal time* fun-- you get the idea. Narrow that list to 10, and then five. Next, rank those five   (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Marcia Wieder 
 Article Title :: A New Conversation About Dreams: Who's Directing Your Life?
While aspects of you encourage, “Go for your dreams,” simultaneously other parts threaten, “Don’t you dare.” A cast of characters lives inside of you and at different times you may receive conflicting or contradictory messages. If you are want to be happy, successful, and fulfilled, consider putting your “dreamer” in the director’s chair.What are the voices inside of you saying? As you turn the volume up on the voice of your dreamer and down on the voice of your doubter, you can practice discernment allowing for greater clarity. To assist you in hearing these voices, let’s set up a simple scenario. Picture something you want, something that matters to you. Choose   (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Gary Simpson 
 Article Title :: Goal Setting for the Journey of Life
Suppose you wanted to take a trip somewhere. What is the first thing that you do? You would get a map showing your destination, of course. Now you can see clearly how to get to where you want to go.Next comes the planning phase. You wouldn't just get in your vehicle and drive or hop on a bus or a train or plane and hope for the best. No. You would plan a route. Fundamental to that would be the fact that you need to recognize your starting point. You cannot choose a direction before you know exactly where you are. So, to arrive at a destination point we need to know the point of origin. Only then can we fill in the gaps between.Say, for instance, that you want to get to town   (read full article)
Category :: Goal Setting Articles Author :: Gary Simpson 
 Article Title :: The Benefit of Having a Goal Worth Failing For
Having a dream or a goal worth failing for is a sure reason for not quitting. Let me give you a powerful example then I'll follow it up with more examples and finally a personal experience of my own.Milt Campbell was an Olympic athlete. In 1952, in Helsinki, Finland he won a silver medal in the decathlon, a grueling series of events. But a silver medal was still one place short of where Milt wanted to be.In 1956, Milt Campbell came to Melbourne, Australia. For four long years he was the reigning silver medallist - second best in the world. But he wanted to be the best. History tells that he achieved just that. In Melbourne, Milt won the gold medal. Here is a fantastic revela  (read full article)
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