Category: Goals

Progress Usually Comes In Bunches

In my post on How To Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions, I briefly touched on how progress will rarely be linear when you are trying to reach your goals. This goes for just about anything that you are trying to accomplish, whether it’s building a business, learning a new skill, or trying to make a positive change to your body through… Continue reading

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How To Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

The new year has arrived, a time when many people make New Year’s resolutions to improve their lives. Unfortunately, while many people start out with lots of motivation for keeping their resolution, a large percentage of them end up failing. Two common causes for failing is not making an action plan, and focusing on the wrong things… Continue reading

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Saturday January 7th, 2012 in Goals, Self Improvement, Success | No Comments »

What You Can Add To Your Goals Right Now To Be More Successful In Life

When setting goals, most people only focus on the end result they want. This works for some people, but others may find that they consistently fail to accomplish their goals. If you find yourself falling into the latter group instead of the former, try changing how you set your goals to see if it helps you to be more successful.

Add Action Goals To Your End Result Goals… Continue reading

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Wednesday April 21st, 2010 in Dating And Relationships, Goals, Social, Success | No Comments »

3 Lessons Learned From My 30 Day Challenge

My 30 Day Challenge has come to an end, and I ended up well short of my goal. It was still a great experience because I learned which weak areas I need to improve on in my writing process. The following is a list of them, in no particular order:

1. Distractions

This was what killed my productivity. When I got to a sticking point in an article… Continue reading

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Wednesday March 31st, 2010 in Goals, Personal Growth | No Comments »

30 Day Challenge Update And News

I am still making good progress on my 30 Day Challenge. The number of completely finished articles is still low for two big (but good) reasons. The first reason is because I hold myself to a high standard of excellence when it comes to my writing. Sometimes I spend more time editing the articles for grammar and clarity than I do writing them.

The second reason is… Continue reading

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Friday March 19th, 2010 in Goals, Personal Growth | No Comments »

30 Day Challenge Update – Day 5

I have been making slow but steady progress so far toward my goal of 50 articles in 30 days. One big thing I have found that I need to improve on is eliminating distractions. They have been sucking up a large amount of my time and are definitely hampering my progress.

I will be posting the first of my completed articles early tomorrow… Continue reading | 1 Comment

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Thursday March 4th, 2010 in Goals, Personal Growth | 1 Comment »

30 Day Challenge – Day 1

Lately I have felt a growing need to challenge myself more, so I have decided to take on a massive (for me at least) challenge. I have challenged myself to write 50 quality articles in the next 30 days. This may not sound like a lot to the seasoned article writers that can crank out 10 or more articles a day, but for me it will be quite the monumental… Continue reading

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Sunday February 28th, 2010 in Goals, Personal Growth | No Comments »

Something More Important Than Courage

I like to obtain my inspiration from many different sources, and one of my favorites is a commercial from Michael Jordan’s “Become Legendary” campaign. The message is very inspirational even if you have no interest in sports.

One line from the commercial really resonates with me, “I have something more important than courage, I have patience”.

Having the courage to start… Continue reading | 1 Comment

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Thursday February 18th, 2010 in Goals, Inspirational, Success | 1 Comment »

Should You “Burn The Ships”?

An often quoted story in motivational literature involves a Spanish explorer by the name of Cortes that conquered the Aztecs. As the story goes, once all of his men and supplies were on land he set fire to the ships they had arrived on. This effectively cut off any escape and forced his men to fight with no option to retreat. This strategy proved to be successful as his army… Continue reading | 3 Comments

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Friday January 29th, 2010 in Goals, Motivational | 3 Comments »

5 Tips to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

A new year is upon us, a clean slate that is full of opportunity and hope for a brighter future. It is a chance to reflect on what happened in the past year. An opportunity to review the goals you were able to accomplish, and what you still need to work on. A new year is when most people set new goals for themselves, more commonly known as new year’s… Continue reading

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