Go For Your Goals

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  1. Double your sales or productivity, depending on your job. Pick up and learn a new skill. Set your eye on a specific award at work and go for it. Be more organized with your daily goals. De-clutter your work space and keep yourself organized throughout the week. Partner up with another person to increase productivity. Find a mentor or become a.
  2. Jul 10,  · GO FOR YOUR GOALS Les Brown. Loading Unsubscribe from Les Brown? If you want to achieve your goals, don't focus on them: Reggie Rivers at TEDxCrestmoorParkED - Duration: Author: Les Brown.
  3. Setting goals gives your life direction, and boosts your motivation and self-confidence. Learn how to set SMART goals and achieve your dreams.
  4. Reaching your goals will make you happier and be more exciting when there are others to go through the thick and thin with you. When you are down, your team will be there to pick you up. This is why every successful business is a result of a team’s effort.
  5. Reaching for goals is an important part of strengthening self-confidence. It helps shape and update how you define yourself while at the same time helping you add to your sense of accomplishment.
  6. Written by Winsome Coutts and Jessi Hoffman and illustrated by Anneli Asplund, Go for Your Goals is a three-part e-book that helps parents teach the principles of Law of Attraction to their children. Coutts and Hoffman are teachers by profession who later on both discovered and taught the Law of Attraction in seminars and personal sessions/10(5).
  7. Apr 10,  · Go HUNT Your Dream - Motivational Video (DREAM BIG Motivational Speech by Fearless Motivation) “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. - Walt Disney DOWNLOAD or.
  8. The first book EVER to explain goal setting and the Law of Attraction in terms your children will understand! ‘Go for Your Goals’ is also designed to answer all your questions about these life-making topics in a thorough parent’s guide.
  9. Nov 30,  · Make your goal meaningful and important to you — not your family member, doctor or employer. As much as you may want to accomplish something because someone else wants you to, the most lasting change comes when you identify deeply personal reasons for doing it. Connecting your goals to your values and vision will compel you to make changes.

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