It's probably a good time to check back in with some of your personal or professional goals, remember? Those things you promised yourself you'd use to get you to that next step in your personal, professional or business life. You probably went so far as creating smart goals, making sure you took care of each step in the SMART goal process. This Derek Sivers TedTalk suggests you should keep those goals to yourself.
Did you set any goals or make any resolutions for the year? How are they working out for you so far? Are you on track? Or have you already fallen short or abandoned your goal completely? If that's the case, you aren't alone.
There is no shortage of preachers when it comes to having goals. Self-help books and audio and video and live seminars abound with goal-setting and goal-achievement as a central tenet of their teaching.
At the time of writing, the autumn is approaching and the kids are getting ready to go back to school in the next couple of weeks. We are fast approaching the final quarter of the year - a perfect time to revisit your goals and very often, there's enough time left in the year for you to achieve your goals. Business, personal, or both, there's still time to make a difference and make this a winning year.
In the last six months, I’ve experimented with a simple strategy that has improved my work and my health. Using this one basic idea, I’ve made consistent progress on my goals every single week — without incredible doses of willpower or remarkable motivation. I want to share how I use this strategy and how you can apply it to your own life to improve your health and your work.
Most of us are really great at setting goals and terrible at achieving them—just take a look at the stats from 2012:
45% of people usually set New Years resolutions 54% of people fail with regard to their New Years resolution after 6 months 39% of people in their 20s achieved their New Years resolutions last year 14% of people over the age of 50 achieved their New Years resolutions last year
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