Blogs for the 'Setting and Achieving Goals' Category

The ONLY Question Worth Asking Yourself Every Night

September 20th, 2013

Very often, when the workday is over, we have our moments of clarity about our work – how we did, what we did right, what we could have done better.

That bird’s eye view of hindsight allows us to look back objectively. It removes us from the stressful situations in which big decisions are made and gives an unbiased look at if we brought our A-game to the table.

So with that said, here is a question you need to be asking yourself every work day evening…

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Successful People vs Unsuccessful People: How To Tell Them Apart

September 6th, 2013

If you were looking down on a room with 50 of your peers, do you think you would be able to pick out who are successful and who are unsuccessful – without seeing their sales numbers?

There are many ways to do this, and this email will show you how. At the bottom of this email are two very helpful infographs that serve as motivators for success.

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Uh-oh! Families are Making the Same Mistake Again…

June 7th, 2013

Here are two pieces of data that should be of interest to you:

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Olympics, Flying Squirrel, and Plateaus

September 19th, 2012

If you’re like me, you watched as much of the Olympics as you could a few weeks ago. 

What’s just as good as the games are the back-stories on the athletes. 

The piece NBC did on Gabby Douglas, aka “The Flying Squirrel,” was simply FANTASTIC.  

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How to Give Your Practice a 400% Greater Chance of Succeeding

September 12th, 2012

I read a lot of books. And I talk about a lot of books. 

But I wanted to call special attention to one of my favorite books from the past few years, Daniel Coyle’s, ‘The Talent Code.’ 

The whole book is great, but I want to highlight a particular part of the book that does something few books can do: nail down what actually makes people successful and show you how to start doing it right now. 

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