You can program yourself to become ruthlessly committed. And it’s easier than you may think.
Here’s how people stick with extremely long-term goals.
Changing is like shaking up one of those jars filled with sand and water. Before you decided to change, everything seemed calm and the water was clear.
It takes just as much effort to choose to live a life of comfort and complacency as it does to push and grow continually.
If you tell someone they can do it, they just might.
Don’t let this year be like all the others.
And that’s OK!
You can’t create anything of any substance if you are whining about your life and sweating about your unpaid bills and all of the resources that you are unable to exploit.
The good, the bad, and the ugly.
How could I, within moments of realizing I was achieving a personal dream, dismiss it and be ready to move on to the next thing.
The goal doesn’t become the most important thing — though it is helpful — the present moment and your actions and appreciation in the moment become the most important things.
After so many years of reviews and resolutions, I wonder if there might be a different way to end the year.
Navigating the journey to your one true love.
How I overcame fear of failure and got a new career.
Some people say dream big. Other people suggest creating SMART goals. Who is right? This realization has led me to create the 3M Metric.
Well it can be!