New Year’s Resolutions? Bah! Humbug!

You know setting New Year’s resolutions doesn’t work, right? According to Statistic Brain, only 8 percent of “resolvers” are still at it six months later. Clearly, there’s something that doesn’t work when it comes to setting these kinds of goals. So in today’s post, I’m going to offer up a couple new ways of looking at goal setting. Perhaps most important is that most goals aren’t actually the goal. WTF? I know, sounds confusing, but what I’m really getting at is that the reason we set goals is because we want to feel something different from what we’re currently feeling. We want to lose weight because we’ll feel more confident. We want to quit smoking because we’ll feel better physically. W

The Perfect Last-Minute Gift for the Person Who Has Everything

Trying to find a present for someone who is hard to buy for? Or, have you just procrastinated the whole holiday madness thing and haven’t quite gotten around to it? Whatever the reason, consider giving the gift of coaching. You don’t have to wrap it. You don’t have to mail it. You don’t even have to choose the coach; let the recipient decide what kind of coach they are looking for and who would be the best fit. It’s a gift that keeps on giving. A good coach can help someone see his/her world differently, so they pursue their goals and dreams. The tools and skills learned throughout the coaching process provide value long after the coaching sessions have ended. Who can’t use that? What Is Coa

Four Tips for Re-Thinking Your To-Do List for Greater Productivity

‘Tis the season to be busy. At this time of year, my to-do list makes me hyperventilate. Fear not. I have some tips that can help you minimize stress and get more done. Tip #1: Start With Something You Like Put something you like to do at the top of your to-do list. When you start off your day with something you enjoy, it can help motivate you to action. I often find that when I start my day with something pleasant, my attitude is much better and I’m more willing to dive into icky tasks like cleaning the bathroom. Tip #2: Shorten Your List Yes, that’s what I said. Choose the three most important items for the day. Write them on a piece of paper, whiteboard or sticky note, whatever works for

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