Articles on: Goals

Is a goal challenging you? Kaizen it!

As we race towards the end of another year, hopefully your business (and personal life) have been able to celebrate a number of goals reached throughout the year.  This is a time of year when conversations get a little more strategic as we look forward and reflective in terms of what has and has not […]

Why your New Year’s Resolutions will fail (and what to do about it…)

Almost everyone has had the experience of setting a goal (or a resolution) for themselves, sticking with it for a few days but eventually falling back into old habits and failing to make a change. The good news is that it’s not your particular lack of willpower that’s caused you to fail to stick to […]

Diets and Business Success…

If the thought of starting a diet crossed your mind in the last week or so, you’re not alone.  In fact, a recent poll had 21.4 percent respond that their #1 Resolution for this past year “Lose Weight / Healthier Eating”!  The next closest resolution was only 12.3 percent, nearly half!  New Year’s Day is […]

Why Setting Goals isn’t Enough…

Want to listen to this post? Click on the play button below – and leave us a comment:   With the dawn of every New Year comes renewed optimism and hope.   I have never seen a study to validate this, but the words “This is the year…” could possibly be the four most over used […]

What you’re thinking about is expanding

photo by kalleboo Have you ever had the experience of shopping for a new car, where you finally decide on THE car that you really want to buy.  Let’s say it’s a new Honda sedan…and at that point, you suddenly started noticing all of the Honda sedans on the road – they are everywhere! The […]

The bridge between goals and accomplishments?

“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.” – Jim Rohn I had a great discussion the other day with a client  and their frustration with simply not getting enough things done.  This is a pretty common issue for most people – but it especially impacts business owners because they tend to have a wider […]