Tagged with achieve goals

Can You See The Finish Line?

Can You See The Finish Line?

The difference between those that reach their goals and those that do not is often the lack of self-motivation. How can we gain motivation to keep moving ahead to the goals we desire?  One way is by understanding the primary reasons for losing or not having motivation in the first place.  Once we understand the … Continue reading

Four Leadership Attributes

Four Leadership Attributes

What inspires employees to do their best?  I think there are many things, but one is to be lead by someone who is doing their best and invites them to work side-by-side with them. There are so many great leaders today, and in history from whom we can glean knowledge to improve our management and … Continue reading

The “Can Do” Attitude

The “Can Do” Attitude

Many years ago I purchased some exercise tapes from Tony Little the exercise guru.  Tony has a pretty amazing story of success as a bodybuilder and then being involved in a tragic auto accident that could have ruined his life.  But Tony is a person with a “can do” attitude and during his own recovery … Continue reading

Not Worthy Of Success

Not Worthy Of Success

“You have untold strengths and resources inside. You have your glorious self.” ~ Sue Monk Kidd In yesterday’s post I talked about how hard it was to put a plan down in writing to reach my goals. For many people the thought of reaching big goals in their life they would consider making them successful … Continue reading

Persistence Paves The Way To Goals and Dreams

Persistence Paves The Way To Goals and Dreams

A couple of physician friends of mine, Drs. John Guiliana and Hal Ornstein, wrote an article recently titled “Put the P into Persistence.” One definition of persistence is; “to be determinedly repetitious, insistent, or tenacious.” With the pressures and stress that we encounter daily at our workplaces it is very easy to become discourage and … Continue reading

Self-Evaluation Tip

Self-Evaluation Tip

  Working with teams can be challenging.  It can really be difficult when one team player tends to be the glory-hog of the team.  Finding the right people that can work efficiently, effectively and produce the results needed takes effort on all team members part.  Self-evaluation is required periodically to make sure that you are … Continue reading

Friday’s Thoughtful Thought…

Friday’s Thoughtful Thought…

  We hear the saying “be careful for what you wish for” but what about “be careful what your thoughts dwell on?”  We can become toxic with bad, unhealthy thoughts.  Seek to dwell upon the positive, even when it may be hard to find. Have a wonderful Friday and a fantastic weekend!       … Continue reading

An Art To Living

An Art To Living

Conrad Hilton, the founder of the Hilton Hotels knows both poverty and glamour. Hilton grew up in New Mexico in the same primitive adobe that housed his father’s general store. Later he married and divorced Zsa Zsa Gabor and become the proud owner of the Waldorf-Astoria. After attending the New Mexico School of Mines for … Continue reading

Recovering From Setbacks

Recovering From Setbacks

“How you rebound from a setback speaks volumes about who you are.” ~ Unknown Setbacks are just part of life. They come in all sizes and varying levels of impact. It is important when we encounter small setbacks to get ourselves on the road to recovery quickly. There are three key steps to get the … Continue reading