No one ever wastes time. Time is a human concept. Time cannot be managed, it will pass regardless of what you are doing whilst it is doing what it does. What gets wasted is ‘opportunity’. However, no one has been able to tell you what the opportunities are or where to find them. And what we do from day to day will define how we spend our future. If you are thinking about what you are going to do, you are still not doing it. If you get started with something, and you don’t see it through to completion, you have wasted an opportunity, NOT your time.
I’ve been thinking a lot, over the past couple of years, about The Power of Choice.
What is the power of choice?
Continue reading “10 Years of Later.”
How to set goals was covered previously, on day 3 – prioritse, so for this post we’ll take a look at WHY we should set goals.
1. Take Control of Your Life.
Many people today are sleepwalking through life. Even though they may work hard, they don’t feel like they are getting what they want. That’s because they don’t know where they want to go, what they want to achieve.
2. Get Maximum Results
Top performers, world-class athletes, and successful people all set goals. That’s because when you set goals, you have a vision to work toward. You ensure that you are pushing yourself to get the best results, rather than resting on your laurels and waiting for things to happen.
Continue reading “Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful (part six).”
What is your goal in life?
For some it’s to get into shape. For some, it’s to get rich. For others, it’s to see the world.
Now, what is your daily goal?
This is a very different concept but actually, the daily goal is far more important than the overarching goal – at least if you really want to achieve the things that you’re dreaming of. And why is that?
The big issue is that for many of us, our goals are much too broad and much too vague. Even if you have a ‘specific target’ Continue reading “Use Your Daily Goals to Help Develop a Success Mindset For 2018”
5. Wake Up Early:
If you have trouble with your sleep pattern, (this is one of my own problems, so I’m ready for this challenge ), it can be fixed.
1. Go to bed at the same time and do the same activities every night before bed. Your body is then getting a cue that it’s time to sleep.
2 . Make mornings bright.
Light tells your body clock when it’s time to wake up. In the morning, turn on bright lights, open the shades, or take a walk in the sunshine, or all of the above.
Continue reading “Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful (part five).”
It was a bad start. The title, “Getting Started” was, I have to confess, an extremely bad title for my first post. Why? Well, it’s not very attention grabbing, to begin with, and I’ve only spent two or three days trying to think of a follow up title for my next installment. And now I’m at pains to lead into the purpose of this post, which is, essentially, the follow on from that first post. Hmmm! Continue reading “An Extremely Bad Blog Post Title And Topic.”
4. Money Management
We make choices every day about how, where, and when we will spend our money. These choices can have a significant affect on your financial life. Do you spend a lot of money on credit card debt each month? Do you treat yourself to things after a rough week at work?
Here’s a short list of other questions that you can ask yourself to help you to start thinking about money:
Continue reading “Powerful Habits of The Ultra Successful (part four).”