Having a clear and compelling goals not only trigger actionable behaviour and guide your focus, but also set momentum to step up for optimal states of performance and builds self-efficacy. Personal or professional goal-setting is important because it allows you to take control of your life’s direction, and provides meaning and structure to determine whether…
Whether your goals revolve around your finance, career, relationship, health, business or to improve any other area of life, lack of enthusiasm for extended periods of time can lead to unproductive and risk-taking behaviours.
Are you procrastinating on your most important goals because of boredom?
There is no harm in keeping yourself or your business updated, being competent or being interested in new technologies, ideas or products. But however, when it becomes always about the next thing and if you are prone to chasing new things constantly and never settling with one option, it leads to several negative consequences.
How often do you fall prey to shiny object syndrome?
In today’s world of instant gratification, where we want everything instantly makes us accustomed to instant gratification bias in other important areas of our work.
Constantly giving into temptations can lead to unproductive habits, poor decision-making, anger, stress, overwhelm and impulsive behaviour.
We all have goals, ideas, or a vision for what we could become or go on to achieve.
While some manage to live up to their potential, many either get stuck or don’t reach their desired goals and end up living down to their perceived limitations.
Know whether your limitations are real or perceived to achieve your full potential
When we lack awareness of how habits are structured and how to use that structure to our advantage, we fail to be consistent with our new habits.
Whether you are giving into your daily distractions or it is your temptations that are leading you into old ways, making resolutions strengthen our cognitive behavioural processes to persevere.
Clearly defined outcomes requires intention and persistence and helps in developing an outcome-based mindset which is an important leadership quality.
It is also a valuable personal quality when it comes to progressing in your professional endeavours irrespective of your job title or role where you can focus more on solutions over problems.
Do you ever find yourself struggling to stay on track with your health or fitness goals, start a new project or business or make a change in your personal or professional life – chances are that your excuses are coming in your way.
Taking even the smallest step towards your most important goal can mean progress when it comes to achieving your desired goals.
Here is how to develop a next action approach to get more things done and to achieve positive outcomes in pursuit of your goals.
Setting goals without an intention is like driving down a road with no destination in mind. We all understand the value and necessity of setting goals. But how many of us really set those intentions that help us to achieve our goals?
We often self-sabotage by overindulging in unhealthy habits that get in our own way of accomplishing things that are important to us. Here is how to take conscious control of your self-sabotaging patterns that are currently influencing your choices, decisions and actions.
“A resourceful person will always makes opportunity fit his or her needs.” Napoleon Hill Have you ever been stuck in a problem in your goal-striving for so long that you begin to doubt your ability to solve it for good? There are wide range of characteristics like self-belief, discipline, dedication, hard-work, confidence and so on…
Many people give best of their time to work on that they are not passionate about and often neglect the things that are most important to them. How do your works reflect that which matters most to you in life?
When you fail to take personal responsibility, you cannot seek or create opportunities that are right for your success. Taking personal responsibility can be self-empowering that helps you to overcome the state of victimhood.
Our success and failure can be largely defined through how we manage our expectations of ourselves and of others.
Is your perfectionism making you feel inadequate and not up to the task? Is it sabotaging your chances of success? Here is how to break that habit
“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible”. – Francis of Assisi Whenever we try to make changes in our life, or include a new habit, or change unhelpful habits, or want to learn a new skill, or start a certain project, we need a lot…
“You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.” -Abraham Lincoln We all procrastinate and put off doing important tasks by postponing our work to do tomorrow or later and this tomorrow never comes and before we know it, time goes by without any progress made on the set goals. “Procrastination is the…
We often fail to keep our new year resolutions. Here is how to make your resolutions achievable.
“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” – Winston S. Churchill We all set goals for ourselves as markers against which we measure our level of success and achieving them can be very inspiring, but there is always a fear of failure lurking around. Most of us…