“My 2015 plan is pretty much done and I’m ready to start fresh. Can we just work on a new plan for 2016?”
My coaching client had unknowingly uttered a common end-of-year refrain. It’s the number one mistake that people make even before they begin goalsetting for the year.
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 Diana Baysinger When I think about the word ACCOUNTABILITY, I see the words A, ability, and count within […]
It’s plain and simple: “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there.” …and you may end up someplace you don’t want to be.
I was in a marriage that was free falling, I worked at a job that I hated and I discovered much to my horror that the fetus I was carrying had morphed into a cancerous blob described to me as a “molar pregnancy,” clinically known as a hytdatidform mole.
For several years my personal Best Year Yet plan has included the guideline: Focus, Focus, Focus. I know that when my focus is zeroed in on the results I want, I tend to get them. When my focus is scattered and disorganized my results suffer, especially the results that really matter. There is a direct correlation.
You’ve heard the phrase for years – a foolproof solution. It reminds me of one of those hucksters in the old west, peddling their bottles of elixir. In other words, too good to be true.