Idaho Man Encourages Students To Work Toward Goals By Breaking World Record

By KTVB Learning how to set goals is an important lesson for students. What’s a better demonstration of reaching a goal than breaking a Guinness World Record? Tuesday, David Rush did just that. Students piled into a room at Lake Hazel Library in Boise to see Rush show off a unique set of skills.

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People With Wandering Minds Less Likely To Achieve Goals

By Study Finds With our attention spans growing shorter than ever we may be on the verge of a world full of underachievers. That’s because a new study finds that people who have wandering minds have trouble fulfilling their dreams, unable to stick it out when it comes to long-term goals.

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Goal Setting Approach All Wrong, Olympian Declares

By Adam Zucheti Most people’s approach to goal setting is very wrong, according to an Olympic athlete, despite business leaders often being told that goal setting is an important means of driving success. Ed Fernon was Australia’s sole male competitor in the modern pentathlon at the London 2012 Games, and got there without any funding […]

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The Secret Science Behind Achieving Goals

By Avinash Anand Singh Have you ever noticed this wonderful thing in your life that whatever you keep on priority, you somehow just tend to achieve and accomplish? This is almost always the case. All the priority work somehow just gets completed. This is a phenomenal process. Keep something on priority, and it’s done.

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I Never Achieve My Goals on the First Attempt

By Yomiuri Shimbun Dear Troubleshooter: I’m a woman in my late 20s. While working part-time, I’m studying with the aim to take the national bar examination. I’m worried because I haven’t been able to achieve my goals the first time I attempt them.

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The Secret to Staying Motivated

By Heather Stringer Have you ever started off well on a new goal such as losing weight or saving more money, only to find that motivation fizzles after a period of time? Researchers from the University of Winnipeg and University of Manitoba have discovered one possible explanation: Our source of motivation changes as we make […]

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