When you commit yourself to a goal that may seem huge, you’ll find out that little by little, you can achieve it.
Learning to say “no” to people and activities that don’t support your goals is one of the most valuable skills you can develop.
Crying is often times associated with sadness but the crying I’m talking about here is the crying associated with ‘tears of joy’.
When you turn off your external world such as television, the internet, notifications, cells phones and all outside “noise”, you’ll be surprised at the conversation you actually have with yourself.
Measuring your goals not only documents how far you’ve come along, it will also help you build momentum as you’re reaching your goals.
Productivity and even clarity of mind are greatly dependent on the quality of your surroundings. Create a space where you can work, eat and relax accordingly.
If you’re logging into online accounts on a regular basis, give this method a try. It can help you reach your goals even faster. Here’s how…