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No Shortcuts

When it comes to achieving true success, there are no shortcuts.  Having a vision of what you want your future to be is not enough.  Simply wishing, hoping, and, yes, even praying does not do it.  We must take the

Posted in Goal Setting, Mindset, Planning

Stressed by the Pandemic?

What impact has the pandemic had on focus, desire, and hope of you, your team, and your business?  If you have experienced or are experiencing less than positivity, you are not alone.  Every business and person I’ve talked to has

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Now is the time to…

How many times have you and I said, “I haven’t had time to…” or “I didn’t have time to…” or “I’ve been too busy to…”?  Well, it seems as though for most of us we will have the time over

Posted in Goal Setting, Planning, Time Management

CLEAR Goals

Recently I posted a blog where I presented the acronyms for goal-setting: “S(pecific).M(easurable).A(chievable).R(ealistic).T(imebound).” and “P(ositive).U(nderstood).R(elevent).E(thical). for goal-setting.  (with acknowledgement to Cheri Alguire)   Ms. Alguire presented a third acronym for goal-setting that you may find helpful, interesting, and fun: C.L.E.A.R. goals. 

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PURE Goals

You are probably familiar with the acronym: “S(pecific).M(easurable).A(chievable).R(ealistic).T(imebound).” used in discussions regarding goal-setting.  We use it in our Quarterly Planning Sessions to make sure goals set are indeed “SMART” goals. I recently came across an article by Cheri Alguire that

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Today’s Motivation:

  • Everything you’ve ever wanted is on the other side of fear.