We have been having “one of those” kind of weeks. I don’t know if it’s a growth spurt or the fact that Daddy is out of town or even that Mommy is extra tired, but we’re struggling. She’s fussier than usual. I’ve pulled out all of the stops, and all of my “usuals” aren’t working…And, then my husband said something to me.
I know the end of March isn’t really the time that most people are hyper-focused on their goals, but why not? We can set and achieve goals at any time that we want, but we have to know how to do it. I won’t say that I’m any success superstar, but I will say that of the handful of goals that I’ve set this year, I’ve already achieved many of them, including reaching my goal weight, advancing in rank as a coach, and more.
That being said, I figured now was as good of a time as any to share a few of my tips with you because who couldn’t use a little help being more successful? So, if you’ve struggled setting goals in the past or just refuse to set them because you’re afraid to, then these tips are for you. The process isn’t “foolproof,” but it is pretty simple and will help you get a better handle on setting goals to achieve success. Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I just have days…Days where I can’t seem to stay focused or get anything done. Days when I’d rather just look at cute baby stuff on Pinterest or curl up in a ball on the couch rather than get my work done. And, you know what makes those days even more persistent? When it’s rainy or gloomy outside. Geesh! You’d think a spell had been put on me or something. If you’re like me and have days that you really struggle getting focused and being productive check out these tips! I won’t promise that they’ll fix everything, but I do guarantee they’ll help.
I know I’ve said it a number of times. Reaching your goals can be easy. You can achieve your goals with just a little planning. It’s simple…The truth is, achieving a goal can be easy and simple and require just a little planning if you know what types of goals to set and how to set them. So, today, let’s break it down just a little further and take a look at what types of goals you should be setting and how. And, besides, what is a goal anyway? Continue reading