If you're like me and you're just starting your New Year goal planning, here are five tips to help you reach your goals. 1. Start with a Long-Term Vision You're Excited About One of the ideas emphasized in the Inspired Leadership Specialization I recently completed is that goals need to be part of a long-term … Continue reading 5 Tips for Your New Year Goal Planning
Create Goals to Learn, Not to Fix.
When we aren't reaching our goals, we naturally look at what is stopping us. Sometimes we focus on what is "wrong" with us. The thing is, telling yourself that you need to "fix" yourself isn't very motivating. It doesn't inspire change. What does inspire change is imagining your Big Vision for your work in the … Continue reading Create Goals to Learn, Not to Fix.
Make Progress on Your Goals: 13 Questions
We've all been there. We make a goal, get psyched, lose momentum, and don't make progress. You might feel like you're to blame. Like there's something "wrong with you." Instead of turning on yourself, tune into yourself. You can read books about productivity and goal-setting till the cows come home, but ultimately you have the … Continue reading Make Progress on Your Goals: 13 Questions
Make space for your 2020 Big Vision
You've set goals for 2020. There are things you want to do to realize your Big Vision for your work in the world. But how will you make space for it? I know I've been writing along this theme for a little bit (e.g. Sometimes Your "To-Do" Is To Do Less and Rest, Do Less … Continue reading Make space for your 2020 Big Vision
New Year’s Goals, Extremes and Being Medium
When we make New Year's goals, we're often inclined to lean towards one extreme: Create a new life and leave the old one behind. Express our "good" qualities, and repress our "bad" ones. Make plans to create the perfect _____________, and symbolically, or literally burn up the past versions that didn't work. When after a … Continue reading New Year’s Goals, Extremes and Being Medium