Goal setting is not a set it and forget it process. You have to continually put in the effort to achieve your goals, month after month and day after day. There are times, however, when your goals get put on the back burner. Life has a funny way of derailing our best laid plans. Knowing what to do when this happens is key because it is inevitable. Below are seven steps that will show you exactly how to get back on track with your goals after life throws you a curveball.
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.
Do you have a lot to get done, but you don’t know where to start? So many people think they do not have enough time to do the things they need and want to do. Most people, however, just need to learn to manage their time better. If you have a super-long to-do list it can be overwhelming to figure out how to fit it all into your day. Below are 35 simple time management tips that will skyrocket your productivity.
One of the top three answers I get when I ask people what keeps them from achieving their goals is money. Some are stuck in a job they hate, but they are too scared to give up that source of income to do what they really love. Others feel they need more money than they have to live the life they want to live. So, let’s talk about some of the ways you can manage your money well to ensure that you don’t start using that as an excuse to not create a life you love.
When I first started blogging, I viewed it as a way to continue practicing my writing skills as a stay-at-home mom. I was a public relations professional before leaving the corporate world, so blogging was a natural fit for me to use as a creative outlet. It wasn’t until later that I discovered the different strategies geared toward turning a blog into a business. I dove head first into learning how to make money blogging, and today I’m going to share with you how I made my first $100 blogging. It’s not much, but it’s a start!CONTINUE READING