If you find your energy (and your feet) dragging when you think about going to work, then this is for you.
Sometimes, people set goals and don’t keep them. Other times, they do. And some people have become so discouraged by their failure to meet their goals that they quit setting them years ago. Whichever category you fall into, you’ll benefit from setting goals in 2018. This explains why.
It’s time for you to tell the truth about what you did and didn’t accomplish in 2017, and avoid the crazy stunt of not learning from that information. The opportunity here is that you can get a really good sense of what got in your way – your obstacles – and then move into 2018 with a new set of goals and a better strategy.
If, somewhere along the way, you lost your enthusiasm for the holidays, and you no longer look forward to this time of year the way you once did, then this Tip is for you.
When you get stressed out, what do you do? There are some short-term “manage it” solutions like to-do lists… but what about a long-term answer? This Tip offers a way to rise above, tap new resources, and change your perspective. Sound good? Read on!
Now that summer vacation is over and you are back to work, learn about a tool to help hold onto some of that summer calm.
Do you set goals and have difficulty accomplishing them? Have you taken the time to reflect on what’s getting in your way? Learn how to turn your obstacles into assets.
Is your personal gas tank running on empty? Here’s a key tool that can help you stay focused and energized.
This is a case study, offering insight into how key tools can help you deepen your understanding of you.
My 3-step process for managing your time. Step 1 – Track. Step 2 – Assess, and now Step 3 – Strategize.