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If you’re like me, you’re thinking about all of the things you want to accomplish in 2016. This is it—the year you get into peak fitness, grow your income, and deepen your most significant relationships. Or is it?
As you look back on 2015, weren’t you busier than ever? Some—maybe most—of your goals got sidelined. Or maybe you knocked it out of the park, but you can’t imagine keeping up the pace.
We all know how it goes. If we don’t take proactive measures, work, family, distraction, and exhaustion can keep us from achieving our long-term goals. But what kind of measures work best?
Achieving our goals takes more than good intentions. You have to take action and then systematically measure your progress. There are numerous apps designed for just this purpose, but which one is right for you?
Recently, I went on a search to find an app for my own use. I want to share with you what I found. But, before I do, let me define how I use the various goal-setting terms. Different people use these terms in different ways.
Do you have any idea how much your time is really worth? There was a time I didn’t, and I’m scared to think about how much it cost me.
To ensure I was spending my time on what matters most, I needed a tool that could give me clarity and insight about the true value of my time. Guess what? It didn’t exist! But I didn’t let that stop me.
Instead I created a simple but powerful tool designed to literally assign a dollar amount on every day of the year. It’s called Spend Your Days On Paper, and I want to share it with you.
Twitter has been one of the most important tools for building my platform. It drives traffic, increases engagement, and allows me to share valuable resources with my readers. With more than a quarter million followers, I’ve learned what works and what doesn’t, and I want to share my top twelve hacks with you.
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We all dream of great things for our lives, don’t we? A fulfilling marriage, happy kids, a meaningful and profitable career. We all know people who have achieved those things, so we know it’s possible.
And the truth is most of us have already experienced more success than we realize. But wherever we are, most of us know that we haven’t reached our full potential either. Maybe we’re stuck or just don’t know the best way forward.
What if I told you the first step toward reaching that potential was as simple as answering just three questions?
If you’re a recovering people pleaser like me, you don’t want to miss this episode. In fact, you can’t afford to miss it. Nothing will eat up your margin and reduce your impact like saying yes too often. But today we’re discussing eight ways you can turn that around.
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The stories we tell ourselves about what has happened to us shape our lives. But are we aware that we have the power to interpret those stories in ways that help rather than hinder us? Many people aren’t, but today we explain how we can take control of our stories—and our lives.