How to Focus on the Process Instead of the Outcome

Are you stuck, unable to move forward with something you say you want to do? Do you hold back giving your all to whatever you are doing? “If people knew how hard I worked to gain my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful.” —Michelangelo  “The quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to […]

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How to Stay On Track for Your Goals

What big goals do you have at the moment? Perhaps you’re trying to lose weight, get fit, write a book, redecorate the house, or start your own business. Maybe you’re tackling several different goals all at once. Often, it’s easy to feel motivated and inspired at the start of a new goal: we start new […]

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GoalsOnTrack Update

How time flies! Before you know it, we’re already into March. Today I’d like to share with you some of the latest developments here at GoalsOnTrack. As some of you already know, we launched the new version at the end of the last year. Since the launch, we have received quite some feedback and majority […]

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Don’t Just Talk about Goals, Put in the Work

It’s human nature to want things the easy way. We prefer to take an elevator instead of the stairs, enroll in the easiest version of a class, buy succulents because they’re extremely low maintenance (harder to kill) and microwave our food instead of cooking a meal from scratch. While being fit, well-educated, growing azaleas and […]

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How Embracing Vagueness Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

We live in a world of precision where data-generating technology is available for practically every aspect of your life. We’re also bombarded by tools to help us plan everything down to the smallest detail. But without uncertainty you’re stuck in a place where you always think you know the answer, and this can be a major encumbrance […]

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Are You Too Busy to Be Productive?

Productivity: “The effectiveness of productive effort, especially in industry, as measured in terms of the rate of output per unit of input.” “I’m really busy!” is a refrain I hear often. You and nearly half of Americans may feel perpetually swamped, but how productive are you really? If you and/or your organization are among those who failed to hit […]

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