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While we often don’t stop to think about it, it is as important to be grateful for what we didn’t get as for the things that we do have.
by Patrick Kelly, Best Year Yet® Partner
In our aim to achieve our Best Year Yet®, a close knit circle of supporters and allies can be critical. This may take the form of family members, friends, and coaches. I propose the simile of storks preparing for long-distance travel. As they leave the ground, they fly wingtip to wingtip, watching one another, for the one that hits the thermal: the one that lifts the entire flock to higher air and saves energy for the long voyage.
by Cathey Stamps, Best Year Yet® Partner
One question I get asked a lot is how to set the right goals. People worry that they aren’t being realistic when they let themselves dream or that they might be setting goals that are way too big to achieve – all of which begs the question, “What dreams are too big to be realistic?”
As with most things, the answer to this question comes down to how important your dream is to you. The bigger the dream, the more dedication it may take. Does that keep you from setting big goals or inspire you to find a way to get the results you want?
By Thomas Freitag, Best Year Yet® Partner in Switzerland
I was “The King of To-Do Lists”. Back in the 80’s when there were no electronic devices, a student at the university told me, “You are my role model for being well organized. How do you plan your exams?“ He seemed to be impressed by my bulky personal management notebook. At the same time I was asked by others to organize training sessions on self-management. Looking back, this was probably the starting point of my coaching career.
By Thomas Freitag, Best Year Yet Partner in Switzerland Imagine you get an email from your coach. He […]
By Thomas Freitag, Best Year Yet Partner in Switzerland When was the last time you stopped racing around, […]