Vision and strategy are both important. But there is a priority to them. Vision always comes first. Always. If you have a clear vision, you will eventually attract the right strategy.
Archive for goalsetting
Everyone knows you can’t succeed without discipline, yet few possess it. Here are 5 steps to developing more of it.
All of us, especially leaders, want to make positive change in our lives. But we’ve tried and failed many times. We’ll show you why New Year’s resolutions are a flawed system, and how to set achievable personal goals instead. You can avoid that sick feeling every January, and create a new habit or achievement that […]
Every year we hear news about people who suffer from holiday or seasonal blues. More than just hearing about them, a large number actually experience them. I certainly have. For some, it’s about relational rifts and resentments. For others, including me, it’s about diminishing daylight and getting less exercise—at least that has been the case […]
More than 2,500 people went through my goal-setting course last year. The results have been pretty astounding. My team and I asked participants how their lives changed and what advice they would give the rest of us about accomplishing more in 2015. We combed through all the responses and picked the five most inspiring. Now […]
I often meet people who are stuck in one area of their life or another. It’s almost always a result of encountering a barrier inside their own head. Here’s how to move past it.
A platform makes so many things possible—but only if you are intentional about growing it. In this post, I explain how to create a personal platform plan.
The best way to produce consistent outcomes is to employ proven patterns and practices that make them repeatable. In this guest post, J.D. Meier outlines 10 of them.
Launching anything new is tough. But the challenges are predictable. Here’s how to take them on one at a time and win.
Sometimes, success is simply a matter of making a little extra effort. When you do, it becomes the difference between success and failure.
A clearly written goal is not enough. A carefully thought out action plan isn’t either. You need one additional ingredient.
I have always been fascinated by the power of incremental change over time. In this post, I provide a personal challenge and seven examples.