Eight Ways to Recognize a Transformational Leadership

In the late 1990’s our Leaders were not really in the public eye, as long as the economy was doing well, and we felt safe. Then we would elect and accept Leaders that kept the boat moving in the right direction. Now we have reached that direction, and face the worse economic crisis for over 80 years, we are looking ...

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Goal Setter – You Are The One Who Has To Live That Vision

As goal setters, we often set goals. Some of these we achieve, while others we don’t achieve. What is the difference? Why is it some goals we achieve, and others even though we invest huge time into we don’t reach? Goal setter, in this article, discover the following goal setting keys: * Towards Or Away From Your Set Goal? * ...

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Push on With Your Resolutions III

As the title of this article indicates, there are two other articles that proceed this one and those have touched on family time, weight loss, exercising, smoking and drinking. This is in relation to a few resolutions that many people may have made as we entered 2010. Volunteer With the start of a new year, volunteerism is a resolution that ...

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The “New” New Year’s Resolution

In my opinion, New Year’s resolutions are largely pointless. So much so, I have abstained from making any promises or proclamations at the end of December for the past few years. I have my reasons for taking such a hard stance. I usually over commit, set a bunch of lofty goals, and give up by the second week in January. ...

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Staying on Track to Meet Your Goal

Some people say they want to achieve a goal and yet they lose interest very quickly and never succeed in doing what they say they really want to do. So if you want to achieve a specific goal it’s really important to remain extremely focused on the outcome you want from your various activities. In order to do this first ...

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Hitting Rock Bottom – When It’s Time For an Intervention

Some alcoholics are so severely gone by the time they finally reach rehab that they take years and years to recover. By gone I mean, wasted. A wasted youth, a wasted body, basically a wasted life; in all reality, many more alcoholics die from this disease than you would think. One reason why this might happen all too often is ...

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Before You Start the Race to Your Dreams You Gotta Know What Those Dreams Are

How do you decide what dreams you want in life. It’s must know information before you think about creating the plan that helps you make those dreams come true. Every path, every race, every design starts with an idea of what the finish brings. If you don’t know what you’re aiming at, you’ll never know if you hit the right ...

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How to Make 2010 Your Best Year Ever

January 1st is an important date because it’s the first day of the next decade! New Years always lights a fire in people to step up and make some changes. Maybe you are planning to make some New Years resolutions, start a business, revive your relationship, lose a few pounds, make more money, find happiness, write a book, or just ...

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Momentum and Goals – How to Build on an Inspired Start and Keep it Going

When you’re inspired you get a tremendous boost to your energy and motivation. This is a great way to get started towards your goal, yet you also need momentum to keep going to reach it. You can find momentum literally in DETAIL – one factor for each letter of the word. You can use this as a checklist anytime to ...

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Effective Goal Setting, Visualizing Your Goals to Bring Them to Reality, Part Three of Three

This article is the third in a series. If you have not read the first two, you might want to start with those as a point of reference. This exercise, once mastered and done on a consistent basis will bring your goals and dreams into your reality at a much faster rate. Once you have worked with your goals for ...

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