I am doing something a little different this month. This is because I want you to succeed in achieving what’s most important to you this year! Read on for step four – how to simplify and why less really is more – and key to setting yourself up for more sustained and sustainable success.
Step 3 of 5 in helping you achieve new results in the new year is up! Read on – or tune in – for how to take appropriate action and when to adjust course. Part three in a five-part approach to achieving your goals with more success and less struggle this year.
If you read last week’s post, you’ll know that I am doing a weekly series this month with four of the five steps to set yourself up for new results in the new year. Research shows that by the end of January almost half of us who’ve made New Year’s Resolutions will have already given up on one or more of them. And I want you to succeed in achieving your goals this year! Read on for step two in a more effective approach to achieving your goals this year.
We seem to have agreed that the new year is the time to give ourselves and our lives a makeover. And while I’m a big believer in lifelong learning, personal growth and development, I’m not a big fan of new year’s resolutions. The main reason is that there isn’t much evidence that they work. Read on for a powerful new approach to achieving new results in a new way this year.
As the year draws to a close, it’s tempting to fast forward our focus into the year ahead — and the new opportunities and goals that come with it. But there’s value in a little reflection first… Read on for a simple yet powerful year-in-review exercise to release the old and set yourself up for new results in the year ahead.
Are you just not seeing the results you’d like? These three tools will help you recognize and change old patterns and beliefs that are holding you back from achieving the results you’re envisioning.
In today’s post I share a 3 simple tools you can use to incorporate more presence into your work and your life – and why that may be the single most important thing you can cultivate this year.
One of the reasons work-life balance may feel so elusive–and seems so easily lost the moment a new project or opportunity lands at your feet, or when your personal life takes an unexpected turn–is because certain of our preferences, habits and even our beliefs inevitably shift. This often happens without us consciously realizing it. And so although it is completely natural as we go through life, it creates internal conflict as well as conflict in our teams and organizations…
Step 5 of 5 in achieving what’s most important to you this year is up! Read on for how and when to get support and to practice self-kindness for more powerful results – so that you achieve your goals with more success and less struggle this year.
If you read last week’s post, you’ll know that I am doing something a little different this month. This is because I want you to succeed in achieving what’s most important to you this year! Read on for step five – how to simplify and why less really is more – in a five-part approach to achieving your goals with more success and less struggle this year.