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Goal Setting Guide For Newbies

Goal setting is one of the most fundamental aspects on the journey to success. Almost every motivational speaker and trainer starts off their program with some form of goal setting exercise, and there are almost 10,000 products related to goal setting listed on Amazon. If you have never set goals before, this article answers some of the key questions you may have related to the goal setting process and what you need to do in order to start setting goals. (If you are a little more familiar with goal setting, perhaps check out one of the other articles on goal setting science). Let’s jump into a few of the questions people ask around goal setting. Is Goal Setting Important? The fact that [...]

By | 2018-07-27T15:18:01+00:00 July 27th, 2018|Categories: Goal Setting, Personal Development|0 Comments

Why Goal Setting Is Important In Sales Organisations?

Should salespeople set personal goals over and above their sales targets? I mean, targets are there for a reason, to motivate your sales team to perform and achieve the monetary incentives you have set for them. Many sales managers think this should be enough. So why do so many sales people miss their sales targets? And what does this have to do with organisations setting goals for sales people? When I ask sales people why the business has set them sales targets, and who they are for. The usual response I hear is “they are for the salesperson”, but this is WRONG. Sales targets are not for the person, they are for the shareholders. Businesses are required to plan and forecast revenue, [...]

By | 2018-06-28T12:15:05+00:00 June 28th, 2018|Categories: Goal Setting, Personal Development, Success|0 Comments

How To Create Your Personal Breakthrough

Did you wake up this morning hoping today will be the day for your personal breakthrough? Everyday we see breakthroughs happen. A new artificial intelligence technology making waves in the market, a new overnight success actress stars in a Hollywood blockbuster, an IPO that makes the founders of a business billions in a single day. “When will I get my personal breakthrough?” We often see others having breakthroughs and wonder when it will be our turn. After all, we deserve just as much success as those people. We are just as talented, or smart, or determined as those people in the headlines, so surely our personal breakthrough is just around the corner? The problem is that we do not see what happened [...]

By | 2018-06-11T07:34:07+00:00 June 5th, 2018|Categories: Goal Setting, Personal Development, Success|0 Comments

Wheel of Life Exercise

The Wheel of Life exercise is a great way to focus your attention on the areas of life that could benefit from some development. If you are about to set some goals, doing a general life review or want to know some different aspects of life to explore, the Wheel of Life can help you gain more of an insight into how a more rounded life can look. What is the Wheel of Life? There are a number of different version of the wheel of life exercise, and I've included my version to this article (feel free to print it off or share it). This particular wheel of life has 14 sections to it, comprising a number of the main areas of [...]

By | 2018-05-31T08:18:31+00:00 May 30th, 2018|Categories: Goal Setting, Personal Development, Purpose, Success|0 Comments

De-Stress To Hit Your Goals

If you imagine someone completely focused on achieving their goals, what sort of picture comes to mind? For most of us, we imagine someone working hard, pushing their body and mind to the limits to fulfil their dreams, not stopping until they realise their full potential. Stress and goals just seems to be a necessary combination. However, that stress could be the very reason we are having to work so hard in the first place. Neuroscientists can now differentiate between behaviours that are goal-oriented or habitual as they are supported by anatomically different brain systems. Research shows that goal-directed behaviour is related to the prefrontal cortex, whereas habitual activities seem to be coordinated by the dorsolateral striatum. The reason the prefrontal cortex [...]

By | 2018-06-20T00:08:08+00:00 February 22nd, 2018|Categories: Goal Setting, Success|0 Comments

Why New Year’s Resolutions Fail

At the beginning of every year, people set New Year's Resolutions, only to have them fail a few weeks later. In fact, recent statistics suggest that only 9.2% of people feel successful in achieving their resolutions each year. The reason why New Year's Resolutions fail is not due to lack of enthusiasm or passion. If that was all it took to achieve something, we would all hit all of our goals. Instead, the real reason people don't follow through with their resolutions comes down to a lack of understanding of behaviour change. In fact, there are 5 main reasons why New Year's Resolutions fail to work, and some simple steps we can take to fix this. Before we get into those 5 [...]

By | 2018-02-14T02:19:55+00:00 January 29th, 2018|Categories: Goal Setting, Personal Development|0 Comments

Why You Should Set Impossible Goals

Right now, you should be working on at least one or more impossible goals. Whilst that advice might initially seem to lead to inevitable frustration and lifelong failure, if you think about it, all goals were at one time impossible. Everything you take for granted in your life was at one time impossible. Walking, tying your shoe laces and riding a bicycle were once things you aspired to be able to do, but at the time felt so far away. However, through persistence, observation, coaching and cute little nursery rhymes (something about bunny rabbit ears??) you were eventually able to master these skills. So why then, when we get older, do we decide not to take on impossible goals? […]

By | 2018-01-30T09:10:02+00:00 January 19th, 2015|Categories: Goal Setting, Success|0 Comments

Live A Post-It Life, Not A To-Do List Life!

Let’s face it, life gets pretty busy at times. Our to do list gets longer and we start pulling more and more action items through from yesterday. Eventually we get to a point where we are so busy, but exactly what are we busy doing? Catching up? Somehow, in this world where we have so much to do, we managed to create a life in which catching up is no longer possible. Emails flood our inboxes daily with requests, offers, demands and opportunities, so much so that ‘empty my inbox’ is on many people’s to do list itself. Demands for our time come from every direction and it seems the busier you get, the more people need you to do. Eventually, we [...]

By | 2018-01-30T09:10:37+00:00 November 24th, 2014|Categories: Goal Setting, Success|0 Comments