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Apply a successful technique to a difficult goal
Have you ever attempted to meet a particular goal repeatedly yet nothing seemed to work? Try this: look at a successful strategy you’ve used in the past for other goals. Then adapt the process to meet your current challenge.
A Little Progress Goes a Long Way
“Optimism is, in itself, a kind of success, for it means you have a healthy, peaceful and contended mind. An exceedingly wealthy person can be a failure physically if his constant pessimism has given him ulcers.”—Napoleon Hill, A Year of Growing Rich
Don’t Break the Chain!
This productivity website can help you break bad habits by highlighting what you’re acquiring instead of what you’re giving up.
Identify 10 Things That Make You Happy Right Now
It is important to know what makes you happy today because humans are not very good at predicting future happiness or unhappiness for that matter.
Create an Online Vision Board with Pinterest
Before the internet, most people made vision boards using a poster board and pictures cut out from magazines. These days vision boards have gone high tech. The beauty of the internet is that you can share your vision with others.
Organize Your Computer Files and Folders
We’re headed toward a paperless society. Studies have found that both productivity and customer satisfaction increase when businesses remove paper-based systems from their practices. However you can lose work in a “messy” computer if you’re not organized.
Structure Your Week
Are you bombarded with so much stuff you have no idea what to do when? Try this technique: assign specific days of the week for working on certain projects. Said another way, learn how to “make” the time by creating structure.
Dream it. List it. Do it!—A guide for life listers
In addition to listing thousands of possible goals, Dream it. List it. Do it! features both practical tips and resources. Also included are first person accounts from goal setters who made their dreams come true.
In her book, Mindfulness Made Easy, Martha Langley says we miss much of what goes on around us because we’re operating on autopilot. To be “mindful” is to be fully engaged in the present moment.
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