If you are someone who consistently puts the needs of others before your own, whether it’s your kids, your spouse, your parents, friends, or co-workers, and often find yourself doing things that others can and should be doing, this article is for you. If you rarely pitch in and help out, your life motto is “I NEVER do anything I can get someone else to do” and you think the “extra mile” is a movie, this article is NOT for you.
We all have goals in life, big and small. Whether they are to start a business, buy a home or get in shape. Often when we fail in our goals it’s because we don’t have the right approach or the right support. Here are 5 principles to help you succeed.
The New Year’s Eve Ball has dropped, the hustle and bustle of the Holiday season is waning and a fresh new year is ahead.
Without goals, we tend to coast through life. You probably have at least one thing you want to accomplish, have a good idea for something new or know in your heart of hearts, some area of your life needs a change, but without specific goals, often we don’t do what is necessary to get the ball rolling!
Goal setting keeps us on target to live our lives more fully, grow as a person, family or business and helps us succeed in the face of challenges and change with the times.
Here is a S-M-A-R-T formula for setting goals and increasing the likelihood of achieving them: