How To Maintain Focus On Long-Term Goals In A Short-Term World

You may have a long-term goal like writing a book, becoming a highly sought after (and highly paid) speaker, starting a successful company, or perhaps a more personal goal, like buying and apartment in Paris or retiring early. Anyone who has done any of these things will tell you that they do not happen overnight […]

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Ranking Your Goals: A Smart Move

Like most people, you may have several financial goals. But can you reach them all? It would be simple if you had great wealth. But you’ll likely need to rank your goals in terms of their importance to your life and then follow appropriate strategies to achieve them. By doing so, you may end up […]

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Why 4 Smaller Goals is More Effective Than 1 Big One

The end of the year is fast approaching, which is when many business owners’ thoughts turn to planning and goals. If you’re like most people I know (including me!), the vast possibilities of the new year are totally inspiring, and you start doodling long lists of goals and aspirations around what you’d like to accomplish both in your […]

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How to Use Visualization to Achieve Your Goals

In life and work, success begins with a goal. It could be losing weight, asking for a raise, quitting smoking or starting your own business. Big or small, goals give us purpose and, like a compass, keep us headed in the right direction. Of course, it then takes lots of hard work and determination to […]

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You Don’t Have Time for Your Purpose?

A lesson I’ve learned is that people make time for what is important to them. Too many people lie to themselves when they say, “I don’t have time to work toward my real purpose in life.” Then they make choices every day on what seems important for them to focus on. For example, the average […]

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4 Psychological Tricks to Reach Your Goals

These four hacks that will help you reach your goals instead of abandoning them. The start of a new year is invigorating—something about turning the page always feels so fresh and motivating. In 2020, we’re not only entering a new year but a whole new decade. What a great opportunity to reflect, refresh, and turn […]

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7 Steps to Make Self-Learning Effective for You and Your Goals

You know at least one self-made individual who stood out and made their skills known and appreciable, for example Nikola Tesla and Steve Jobs. Although self-learning was considered a great feat some time back, it is no longer as difficult as it once was. With huge amounts of free resources and access to hundreds of […]

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How Should You Plan For Your Financial Goals?

Breaking down long-term objectives into small-term goals prevents from getting overwhelmed by the numbers and makes the long-term goals achievable. “People with financial plans are much more likely to feel prepared, even in tumultuous times. They’re more likely to feel that their dreams and goals are secure. And, oh yes, they do actually save significantly […]

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The Hidden Habits of Genius: Beyond Talent, IQ, and Grit

Craig Wright is a Professor Emeritus at Yale University, where he originated the popular undergraduate course, “Exploring the Nature of Genius.” A Guggenheim Fellow, Wright has received an honorary Doctorate of Human Letters from the University of Chicago, and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Below, Craig shares 5 key […]

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