Everyone struggles to be as successful as we are capable of being. Even people we consider very successful are capable of becoming more. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t be happy with whatever success you already have. You should. What I am saying is you should know that you have more success in you.
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We all set goals. Some goals are specific, realistic, and have an established deadline. Some goals are lofty, distant, and/or hard to envision achieving. It can be hard to feel like you are getting traction on goals that seem way out in the future.
To put these goals in to a success pattern consider . . . → Read More: The UPS and biking connection
I’ve been posting to this blog for nearly 7 months. The audience has grown exponentially every month. You are the reason this site has had such success. It’s time for the next step and to expand to one of my goals for this year. Today I announce my new “Speaking” page. I want to share . . . → Read More: Announcement
The previous post was about planning now to make your goals for 2012. Most people make New Year Resolutions but very few ever see them through. This post continues with the steps I take to plan my goals.
4. Create action plans. I review each goal and find the actions . . . → Read More: Happy New Year! Having a plan for success: 2012
Why in the world would I be thinking about 2012 when we have 2 ½ months before we reach the end of 2011? It’s a tradition to make New Year resolutions on New Year’s Eve. Studies show that almost 75% of American’s make New Year resolutions. After six months, less than half are still . . . → Read More: Happy New Year! Make your resolutions for 2012 now!