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Revive an Abandoned Goal
Is it possible to resurrect a goal after a long hiatus? Here are a few tips for bringing an inactive goal back to life.
Make Your Life More Interesting
There are tons of ways to make your life more interesting right now without traveling to distant locales or spending a lot of money. But you do need to invest some time.
The Conversation Continues with Coach Gladys
“In my book, Master the Genie Within: Uncover, Embrace and Celebrate the Real You, I use the genie as a metaphor of the power we all have within us to fulfill our own wishes,” says Coach Gladys.
Think Big with Coach Gladys Anderson
“Thinking big is subjective at best,” says Gladys Anderson, author of Master the Genie Within: Uncover, Embrace and Celebrate the Real You. “Big for one person may be something entirely different for another. It depends on individual desires and goals.”
Many of our goals appear so big we get overwhelmed thinking about the long road ahead. One of the keys to achieving a big goal is to think small.
Quotes for the reluctant writer
Have you ever attempted to write an article, speech or story, but midstream you found yourself stuck and had no idea what to write next? Or perhaps you would love to write, but can’t seem to get started in the first place. Even the greatest writers have suffered when putting pen to paper. Below are
28 Day “Get it Done” Challenge with Sheila Hawkins
“Simply put, time is money,” says Sheila Hawkins. owner of the Third Eye Group. “If you're wasting time looking for something in your files or on your computer, that's time that you're not spending on clients, and it's costing you money.”
Create an online journal with LivingFile.com
“The basic idea is to keep a journal based on activities rather than plain writing,” states LivingFile.com. “All updates are made up of unique activity types that both identify exactly what the activity was, while leaving room for comments and personal notes.”
What are You Worried About?
92% of our worries are over baseless concerns, so why not imagine a positive outcome? Positive thinking is linked to increased life span, lower rates of depression and greater resistance to the common cold.
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
In this society we tend to admire the wunderkinds and the prodigies, however, I do believe there is honor working slowly and steadily to reach your goals.
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