GoalsOnTrack Blog

A systematic approach to achieving goals and getting results.

The One Simple Act That Can Transform Your Life

By Shawn Doyle

I am standing in a room in a hotel somewhere in America, and I am talking about the power of setting goals. I pause and ask the audience a question: “By a show of hands, who honestly has clearly articulated goals for this year?” Only a few hands go up- probably about two percent of the room.

I am a motivational speaker, and this scene repeats itself time and time again- everywhere I go, month after month, year after year. Very few people are setting goals personally or professionally.

Why? I am so curious to know the reason why. Read more

4 Ways to Empower Yourself in Work and Life

By Ajit Nawalkha

Success doesn’t happen by chance. It happens by choice. If you’re eager to achieve success in your life and business, it’s important to know the strategies, mindsets, and habits that pave the way to making your dreams a reality. As many know, this is easier said than done.

It’s easy to be overwhelmed when following one method after another to achieve your goals. Some people even end up giving up because it gets to be too much. Why bother running the race when there’s so much chaos to deal with even before you begin?

The most effective way to tackle the ongoing threat of being overwhelmed is to set aside external success formulas and start building personal qualities that get you moving toward your goals, no matter how confusing and chaotic things get. Here are the most powerful qualities you must cultivate to build and sustain success in your life and work: Read more

The 4 Best Tips on Habit Formation

By Gregory Ciotti

Below is some of the most concise advice on habit formation that researchers in the field have been able to show works effectively. The big takeaway here is avoid making grandiose “resolutions,” as they are the most likely to be abandoned (which then hurt your self-esteem & motivation). Read more

3 Winning Strategies to Achieve Hard Goals

By Allyson Lewis

A former Olympic athlete interviewed a group of gold medalists.  He asked every athlete what he or she did when the pain came. As a gold medal winner himself, he knew you didn’t get a gold medal without pain.  He wasn’t surprised to find that every athlete had a plan.

While your goals may not be Olympic-size, I guarantee that at some point pursuing your goals will get tough.  Obstacles, resistance, and surprises are inevitable and unavoidable. You need a plan for the pain of hard goals. Here are three things you can do to keep you from giving up and going for the gold! Read more

How To Accomplish Difficult Goals - Be Persistent Like A Bear

By Yishan Wong

If you want to accomplish difficult goals, achieve things beyond what you’re supposed to do, the way to do so is to be inhumanly persistent.  Persistent like a bear. Read more

The Golden Hour

By Brian Tracy

You become what you think about most of the time. And the most important part of each day is what you think about at the beginning of that day. Read more

5 Ways To Manifest Your Reality With The Power of Visualization

By Thai Nguyen

Actor Jim Carrey is famous for parking his car on Muholland Drive every night before anybody knew about him, and visualizing becoming the Hollywood star that he inevitably became. He even wrote himself a ten million dollar check for a movie deal, and dated it five years from that very day. Can you guess what eventually happened? Not long before that date came along, he secured ten million dollars to star in the movie Dumb and Dumber. Read more

5 Super Simple Ways to Build Momentum

By Sam Matla

What is momentum?

I’m going to use the same example that Darren Hardy illustrates in his book The Compound Effect.

Darren writes about a spinning platter. The person pushing the platter has to work hard for the first couple of pushes, but afterwards it’s a lot easier due to the momentum gained. Read more

10 Practical Tips on How to Achieve Your Goals

By Yetty Williams

I would like to suggest some straightforward and practical techniques on how you can set goals and achieve them.
After all, what good is a goal if it isn’t something you can achieve? Read more

8 Ways to Create the Discipline Habit

By Sherrie Campbell

Discipline is the greatest obstacle in preventing most people from achieving the levels of success they desire. Take a moment to process that if you had the discipline to do everything you knew you should do, even when you did not feel like doing it, how much more successful you will be in achieving your personal and professional goals. Discipline is the most challenging habit to do consistently, which is why employers reward it more than any other. Read more

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