Tag Archives: goal setting

self awareness

How to Jumpstart Your Personal Development to Mind-Blowing Results

I found my very own definition for personal development. For me, personal development is the continuous progression of personal growth by expanding my self-awareness and improving my personal skills. But where do I really have to start, what is the most important thing that would take me the furthest? And what is the best first step? r

willpower

5 Essential Ways Everyone Should Hack Their Willpower

Willpower is like a battery — it has a finite limit of use for each day. The best way to have more willpower is to find some useful ways to hack it! r

clarity and focus

6 Simple Tactics to Regain Clarity and Achieve Your Goals

No matter what you wish to achieve in life, the richest, most complete life experience requires that you have an enhanced clarity about life and your goals for life. When you have this clarity, goal achievement comes as a natural result.

Of course, clarity isn’t something most of us naturally walk around with on a minute by minute basis. Sometimes it becomes quite difficult to remember why you’re making decisions and thus how to make decisions. r

time management

9 Powerful Ways to Find Enough Time for Your Goals

Wouldn’t it be great to have more time? With a few extra hours a week, you could finally accomplish those goals that have been on your list for so long … but your life just seems to get busier and busier.

It doesn’t have to be that way. You can find time to reach your goals – in fact, you already have enough time, you just might not realize it. r

goal setting

5 Ways To Achieve Big Goals

All of us have dreams we’d love to make reality, and stretch goals that we’d love to accomplish. I have a friend who wants to learn how to play piano, proficiently, at the age of 55. Another is just dying to find some time off a grueling schedule to backpack China for a month. These dreams and goals are of course challenging exactly because they are stretches. Our life’s routine, and more tricky, our habits, tend to get in the way of actually achieving them. r

Set Goals

Unleash the Power of Weekly Goals

I’m not going to tell you how he did all of this quite yet. Instead, let’s pretend that you’re writing a novel– we’ll come back to Trollope in a minute. So obviously, you want to break down your goal into smaller parts than “write a 50,000-word story”. How would you do this? r