Following is an article from my friend Richard Tan, CEO of Success Resources which echos my sentiments about New Year Resolutions and reaching your goals and dreams: On the 1st day of 2012, I received the following emails about starting the New Year right. As usual, these were some of the tips offered: 1. Drink [...]
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In the last few years Life Coaching has become more and more popular but as it is a new profession most people don’t know enough about it to decide whether it is right for them. We hope this article will clarify what coaching is so you can make an educated decision for yourself. We have all [...]
Integrating new and better habits can be very difficult because we are all much too busy. Time seems to be racing and there is always so much to do – so much still unfinished. No time really to concentrate on what we want or need to change. The only way we can get on top [...]
Frequently people find it easier to come up with excuses (they call them reasons) for not doing things they know must be done than with ideas on how best to do them. Jim Rohn said: “When your WHY is strong enough the how becomes easy.”
This means when your reasons why you need to do something are bigger than your excuses, you will make progress toward your goals. Logical, isn’t it? It also means you have to come up with the reasons why you really should accomplish something before there is time to come up with the excuses that will for sure hold you back.
I was tremendously impressed a dozen years ago when Toshihiko Seko won the Boston Marathon. His training program was simplicity itself and Toshihiko explained it with twelve words: “I run ten kilometers in the morning and twenty in the evening.”
Everyone has at least One but many (if not most) never go for their dream. They are not really committed to achieving their dream and have given up. Some will start on the path to achieving their dream, but get discouraged by the lack of support from their friends, family, teammates, colleagues etc. because they [...]
Experts on the art and science of goal setting seem to be of two minds when it comes to whether or not you should tell others what those goals are. Some will advise you to put your goals up on a billboard for the world to see, as a way of holding yourself accountable and [...]
Do you ever get distracted?
Do you ever mean to do one thing and then find yourself doing another?
Do you ever lack concentration?
If you can say no to any of the above – CONGRATULATIONS! You are fairly unique and I would love to find out how you do it.
Too many of us never get started because we keep waiting for the perfect moment. I used to be a so called “perfectionist” – someone who always wanted to make things perfect before showing them to anybody. That way I had plenty of excuses to never really get started and consequently nothing much happened in [...]
New Year is coming up when we usually make New Year resolutions. Naturally we all want to succeed but the majority doesn’t know how to clearly define success. We have talked about this before. If you don’t really know what you want you are highly unlikely to get it. You need to have real clarity [...]