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.
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Having goals is an automatic tendency for everyone – and the goals will be wide in range and scope. What might be something you find not really worthy of being pursued another may envision as an ultimate achievement. It is the achieving them that is the challenging part – although I’d argue that even sitting down to set goals is a larger challenge. It should serve to be an offshoot of your to-do list…and once you’ve put them down and have them in writing, they’re a lot tougher to ignore.
The Freelance Folder blog put together a great post that not only outlines a few of the author’s “bucket list” items, but challenges the reader to come up with their own. It’s an inspiring read and will hopefully serveto get you thinking about what you really want to achieve to live your life to the fullest.
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