Some cognitive biases and mental traps that sabotage your time management
Focusing more on goals that are measurable or those with immediate rewards comes at the cost of achieving our long-term goals.
Goals are like a map. They help us determine where we want to end up, and give us personal direction on which to focus our energy.
At the start of a new year it’s good to assess how to achieve more congruence in those things that are more important to you.
Ever wonder why we get successful only in achieving relatively a small percentage of the goals we have set out to achieve? The reasons can be many, but the key to whether we go on to become goal-accomplishers or remain goal-setters depends mostly on our willingness to improve ourselves.