Tag Archives: achievement

3 Easy Tips For Massive Personal Growth

If you’re like most people, you probably have a few aspects of your life that you’d like to improve. When you think of all the changes you want to make, you might feel a bit overwhelmed. Maybe you want to … r

Goal setting

5 Key Signs You Are Working On The Wrong Goal And How To Set Right In 2018

    “A goal properly set is halfway reached.” – Zig Ziglar. If you’re like me, sure, at the beginning of the year, you took time out to outline the things you’ll love to achieve; how to make 2018 a … r

How To Stop Getting Distracted – Once And For All

Your list of things to do is starting to feel heavy, and there doesn’t seem to be enough time. Everything important seems like it’s being overshadowed by the little interferences. Facebook, Email, Reddit, News feeds – you name it. And … r

Forget SMART Goals and Try This Instead

For four years, I struggled using SMART Goals that got me nowhere. I experienced psychological pressure and pain from always feeling like I would never be enough until I reached some magically self-created utopia through achieving my goals. I never … r

Complacency – How to Avoid the Silent Killer

We climb from the trenches to reach the top, and once we get there, we’re content with our achievements—but warning! Complacency will lead to extinction. Success is a wild and crazy rollercoaster, full of ups, downs, and unexpected turns. While … r

The Importance of Being Unreasonable

Would you consider yourself to be an unreasonable person? What would your friends, family and colleagues say? Surely you’d want them to answer with a resounding ‘no’. Surely you’d want them to confirm that of all the qualities you possess, being reasonable is one of them, because reasonable is good. Reasonable is likeable and easy to get along with. You’re never going to get any trouble from reasonable. However, reasonable just accepts and herein lies the problem. r