Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2015’

Massive Hidden Cost in Procrastination

cost of procrastination

Are you counting the cost of those tiny moments you choose to procrastinate, to not to do something? In my studies of how we get ourselves into action or not, I’ve found there is a huge value drain in the things we dismiss. Getting motivated is cheaper! I met someone on the weekend who offered me an intriguing opportunity. I felt that little …

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Goals Hold You Back

Goals Hold You Back

Are goals really helpful? Some research says your goals are what get you off-track and into trouble.     There is something you want to achieve so you make it a goal, a SMART goal. Depending on the definition you use of what SMART stands for, your goal might look something like this: Specific – you articulate exactly what it is …

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What You Need Right Now

You need to risk failing to go forward

Someone recently used the phrase ‘wherever you go there you are.’ While that is true, you can go where you’ve never gone before. If you want to do that, the number one thing you need in your life now: FAILURE If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten. If you want to get further, more, …

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Fears that Stop Us

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The Monetary Value of Your Passion

value of your passion

Your sense of passion and purpose is not just about “fulfillment.” It has real monetary value. Feeling okay is not enough!  Only when you are Great, Brilliant or Fantastic do you give of your best. If you are not living your passion, living with passion, you are wasting money. Here are some very real examples of what settling for mediocrity …

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Don’t Let the Light Go Out

Everyone hits a wall at some time. Motivation is not a constant. There are tools you can use to get the zest back faster, to reawaken the hunger for your goals – hunger big enough that it gets you moving quickly and effectively. We get discouraged, get stuck because we do not know the next best move, face the gremlins …

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