Many of us have spent hours working on vision and mission statements for our employers, and doing our part to contribute to their vision as a part of the team.
At the end of each year, and on birthdays, many people take time to reflect and look ahead. Here are some great questions to benefit from some self-reflection.
Leaders set goals. But they often set only one type of goal, and in doing so, they set themselves up for failure. Here are some different types of goals to set.
Often when we study time management, we study efficiency (doing things right) and make the assumption we have the effectiveness (doing the right things) solved.
Most people in the world are living someone else’s agenda, which was obtained by default. Most are not living fully actualised lives and to their full potential.
With a written plan, you make accomplishing your goals easier. At the end of the month when you see more Xs than empty squares, you will feel more accomplished.
When you consider setting goals in business, you are like the captain of a ship. The ship of your abilities, potentials, desires, carry you to your destination.
You do not have to be a fantastic hero to do certain things – like, compete. You can be just an ordinary chap, sufficiently motivated to reach challenging goals.