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goals setting

How To Reach Your Goals (Part 1)

To reach your goals, it's important to know why many people miss the mark. Here are 9 common traps that snag people and make your goals fall flat. Avoid each one!

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How To Reach Your Goals (Part 2)

Anxiety is a huge obstacle in moving towards goals. Fear of being criticized and rejected keeps me from taking the leap. Some don't start because they fear letting themselves down and being able to cope. FEAR (false evidence appearing real) like this is flawed. Whatever the challenge, getting STARTING on you goals is easier if you answer these 4 questions.

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How To Reach Your Goals (Part 3)

Here’s a goal setting activity I’ve used with dozens of clients. It takes no more than 15 minutes to complete. You can do it personally or with your team. Works... Read More

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12 Life Balance Tips (Part 2)

I'm usually not a jerk to my clients, yet I can be towards my family. Professionally, the consequences of acting poorly are clear to me (e.g. loss of money, reputation, etc.). At home the consequences are even greater, yet rarely on my mind (e.g. damaged relationships). It's the same type of thing with life balance. Workaholism might not seem costly, but actually causes destruction (e.g. damaged health, damaged relationships, mental health issues, etc.). Negative behaviors can be easier to stop when the consequences are immediate, yet unfortunately, the greatest damage we do to our lives comes through a slow progression.

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12 Life Balance Tips (Part 1)

Most of my high performance clients are not having enough fun therefore there life is lacking. Their professional life is getting most of their energy. Do something you enjoy. Make a list of 5 activities that you delight in and do something off the list right away. My fun list: Watching sports, ping pong, funny You Tube videos (email me at adam@decideyourlegacy.com for my favorites), reading, and golf. Little do most know that as result of having more fun, your productivity will increase.

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