A new year, a new decade, a new beginning. What better time visualize who you want to become and create a plan to get you there? When it comes to hopes and dreams, I don’t believe we should leave those to chance. You really should set goals.
When you allow another person’s problems to distract you, you temporarily take your eyes off your own journey. You lose sight of you own goals and become distracted, stressed and frustrated. Here are some tips to regain perspective.
Defining concrete work accomplishments can be your roadmap to achieving pleasure goals too. Every step of the way, you know exactly where you stand in relation to your goal. Celebrate wins. If you get behind, assess your situation.
We always start out so motivated and excited when we have a new idea. Then, life happens. Our goal stops motivating and becomes an energy suck. We lose focus. We become overwhelmed. Let’s explore 3 ways to combat overwhelm and get back on track.
I like to ask people if they regularly set goals. It’s also a great way to shift a mundane business conversation from small talk into something more meaningful. More often than not, I receive a new insight into how people approach getting what they want.