This year is still relatively “new”, so you’ll find that people have not yet stopped talking about goals and resolutions. However, we’re also at the time of year when the enthusiasm about all that stuff starts to wane.
So, to get you back into the goal setting (and executing) mode, I thought I’d point your attention towards an interesting article by Web Worker Daily that discusses 3 goal setting tips that don’t work — and then offers 3 that do.
It’s an interesting post because it dares to contradict some very common goal setting tips, while presenting a counter-argument as to why each of the common tips aren’t really all that useful. Furthermore, it tells you what you should do instead.
So while you see others letting their lofty goals fall by the wayside, you can heed some of the advice offered and have a renewed sense of realism about your own goals. (That said, you may want to share the advice with others rather than letting them watch their own goals slip away…)
A worthwhile read for a worthwhile cause — your own ambitions.
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