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A couple years ago, I wrote about a simple, effective approach to resolutions that caught my attention: instead of making a long list of everything you want to accomplish, you choose just one word to be your focal point for the year. The idea is that you can turn to your word when you are in need of guidance, and it will help shape your goals, decisions and priorities.Read More
There’s a fact of life that’s just the hardest thing to absorb and realize in full. It seems to go against all we’ve been taught.
Figuring out what you want to do with your life is daunting. Whether you're 21 or 52, a true path can sometimes be very elusive, especially considering the heavy demands of day-to-day life. But, one great way to discover your most authentic goals is to journal about it. Here are a few effective steps toward discovering deeper parts of your true path:
If you’re in business, you’ve probably heard the lectures about how you must have a business plan. And when you create your plan, you start by articulating goals, where you want to be a year or three or five years from now.
My friend Carey is frustrated because she wants very much to accomplish something but she just doesn't seem to get anywhere. Her passion for her goal never wanes; every day she's talking of it, dreaming and hoping and praying and even gathering ideas and tools. But nothing ever actually gets done.