Do you want to reach your goals and live your best life? I believe that we were all created for a purpose – yes, even you! You may not know what your purpose is yet, but it’s there. Or maybe you’re one of those women who have a dream buried deep inside your soul because you’re fearful that you don’t have what it takes to make it happen. You come up with all of the excuses in the world. Time and money are what you tell me over and over again, which is why I try to help you with those here.CONTINUE READING
Have you ever tried something and failed miserably? When I was little, I signed up for softball and enjoyed it for the most part. When I moved up a level to 10 and under, things got a little more serious and I realized I was not cut out for this sport. One day during practice, my coach tried to teach me to extend my arms out in front of me and slide across the ground to catch a fly ball. I quit the team before the next practice. As it turns out, failure is a good thing. Let’s dive in and figure out why.
We are now halfway through 2018, which means it’s a perfect time to evaluate the goals you set at the beginning of the year. It’s also a great time to set goals if you’ve already forgotten about the goals you set in January or you’re new to setting goals in the first place. If you are struggling to accomplish the goals that you set, you are probably in need of a little direction. I’m excited to share a tool I found recently that will show you how to set clearly defined goals that you can actually accomplish.
Goal-setting is something people usually reserve for the start of a new year. They set their goals in January, and that’s where they stay. Come February, most people have forgotten about their goals and fallen back into the bad habits that caused them to set the goals in the first place. Have you ever wondered how to finally get over yourself and achieve your goals?
According to the latest research, most of the people who set resolutions at the beginning of the year have given up on them by February. I used to be one of those people. This year is different, however. I made more progress on my goals in January than I ever have before, and I am still going strong now that January is over. If you are sitting there wondering if you will ever find the motivation to stick to your goals, keep reading. I’m going to show you how to form habits that stick.