Everyone has dreams, but not everyone makes their dreams into goals. You may have a few of these too. What are the reasons you tell yourself late at night to
Every business needs to grow. If there is no growth, you may even lose what you are currently earning. While it is easy to settle into a six-figure income, it’s
By the time we reach a certain age, we understand the real point behind our New Year’s resolutions. It’s admirable to make real efforts to improve yourself. Yet, for many, making it past February 1st with your resolution intact just doesn’t happen.
It pays to have the power of momentum on your side whether you’re running an Olympic race or just trying to finish your sales report on time. See how the laws of physics can help you reach your goals faster. You may have heard of Isaac Newton’s Law of Inertia: An object in motion tends to stay in motion. An object at rest tends to stay at rest. That’s also true for people. Try these 18 techniques to propel yourself towards more success by taking advantage of this law of nature.
Usually when we hear the word "willpower," we relate it to losing weight or quitting smoking. Willpower is extremely helpful when trying to break those bad habits, but it can also be beneficial in other areas of your life as well. It's important to realize that we're not born with willpower; it's something we must nurture and build in ourselves. Once we strengthen our willpower, it'll provide us an upper hand in achieving our goals. Why? Because we'll develop an unshakeable focus and intensity in purpose! So how do you go about building your willpower?
A fresh year gives you the opportunity to make resolutions that will make your life happier in the upcoming year. The plans you make for the next year matter, so you’ll want to carefully consider your resolutions. Consider these resolutions to fill your life with more happiness and joy:
In the late 1800’s, Vilfredo Pareto discovered that 20% of the people in Italy owned 80% of the land. This ratio holds true for a variety of phenomena in the world. For example, 20% of the population holds 80% of the wealth. Fixing the top 20% of the bugs in a software program eliminates 80% of the software crashes. This idea can be applied to your life very effectively.
Achieving your goals builds your self-conﬁdence and brings feelings of success and happiness, right? Thankfully, you can easily establish daily habits that bring you the success you desire.
Most likely, you won’t change the world in a month, but you can create new habits that put you on the road to making a difference in your world. Most people can drop or create a habit within 30 days. The only item you need is commitment. Do you have what it takes?
You’ve probably gone through phases when you said something like, “I want to read more books,” “I have to exercise more often,” or “I need to stay in more consistent contact with my family members.” And maybe you did a pretty good job of working toward your goal for a short period of time.