Do you know how to be consistent, so that you are making progress towards your goals, all the time? Let’s face it, consistency is the key ingredient for success in all areas of life. Without it, you won’t be able to master anything of value.
Sure, it’s easy to get sidetracked from time to time, but if you want to take your life to the next level, you need to learn how to be consistent. Although the concept of consistency is an easy one to grasp, a lot of people struggle with it.This entry was posted in #ASKSTEFAN, MOTIVATION & INSPIRATION, PRODUCTIVITY & TIME MANAGEMENT and tagged accountability, accountability partner, coach, consistency, consistent, empowering ecosystem, expectations, goals, how to be consistent, mastermind group, motivation, peers, progress, results, the secret on .
Do THIS every 90 days, then watch your life and business change. I would like to share a powerful self-improvement ritual that will ensure that your business consistently grows every year.
I am a big believer that, at the beginning of every year, you need to set goals for yourself and check in to ensure that you are making progress.
The ritual that I am going to share with you involves more than just setting goals. It’s about taking a step back and looking at the bigger picture of your business and your life.This entry was posted in BUSINESS, GOAL SETTING, RELATIONSHIPS and tagged 90 days, accomplishments, adapt, alignment, bigger picture, books, brainstorming, build trust, business, business growth, business mastery, business success, celebrate, change your business, change your life, collaboration, commitment, communication, company culture, core values, evaluate, feedback, forward thinking, goal-setting, honesty, how to achieve goals, ideas, insights, inspiration, invest in yourself, leadership team, learning and development, life, listen, meeting format, personal growth, personal life, progress, quarters, review, rewards, self awareness, self-improvement, skills, SMART goals, success ritual, successful people, suggestions, take action, taking a step back, team, training, vision for your business, vision for your life on .
If you’re afraid of making mistakes, I’m here to help you conquer that fear. Mistakes are a normal part of life. We all fall short from time to time.
Unfortunately, failure is often frowned up, and is associated with feelings of anger and shame. The truth is that the journey towards success is paved with failures that test our ability to rise above disappointment or flounder in self-pity.
It all comes down to your mindset. Research shows that people who adopt a growth mindset are more likely to be able to accept mistakes because they know that they are a key part of the learning process.This entry was posted in BUSINESS, MINDSET, MOTIVATION & INSPIRATION and tagged acceptance, challenges, comfort zone, commitment, conquer your fears, courage, experiment, fail more, failure, fear, forward thinking, get outside your comfort zone, growth, inspiration, learn from your mistakes, learning experience, learning process, life, making mistakes is ok, mindset, mistakes, motivation, never give up, progress, success, take action, trial and error, wasting time on .
You don't need to wait for the future in order to create the life of of your dreams. Why not now? A lot of people spend so much time focusing on what they want their desired future to look like, that they never take action in order to make it a reality.
If you wait for the perfect opportunity to arrive in order to change your life, time will pass you by. Peter Drucker, the legendary father of modern management, approached the future with a forward-focused mindset, as something to be created and nurtured in the present moment.This entry was posted in CAREER & MISSION, MINDSET, MOTIVATION & INSPIRATION and tagged alignment, ask questions, balance, breakthroughs, build your future today, change your life, dabbler, desired future, embrace change, empower yourself, expansion, extraordinary life, forward-focused mindset, freedom, fulfillment, future self, goals, happiness, highest self, inspiration, life mastery, master, master every area of your life, mindset, momentum, motivation, personal growth, present moment, progress, pursue your dreams, repetition, self-limiting beliefs, status quo, take action, today, why not now on .
Every month, I write a detailed monthly report about the progress that I'm making towards the goals and resolutions that I publicly stated on my blog earlier in the year. This is my October 2016 Monthly Goals Report, which goes over each goal that I set and the progress that I've made on them so far.
Since I started sharing my Monthly Goals Reports a few years ago, I received such an amazing response from people on my blog. People have been sharing with me how much I've inspired them or how helpful it's been for them by me openly sharing my progress. It's my hope that you can take away something from this report that will help inspire you to achieve your own goalsThis entry was posted in GOALS REPORTS and tagged goals, progress, report on .
Every month, I write a detailed monthly report about the progress that I'm making towards the goals and resolutions that I publicly stated on my blog earlier in the year. This is my February 2014 Monthly Goals Report, which goes over each goal that I set and the progress that I've made on them so far.
Since sharing my January 2014 Monthly Goals Report, I received such an amazing response from people like you. People have been sharing with me how much I've inspired them or how helpful it's been for them by me openly sharing my progress. It's my hope that you can take away something from this report that will help inspire you to achieve your own goals.This entry was posted in BUSINESS, CAREER & MISSION, GOAL SETTING, GOALS REPORTS, RELATIONSHIPS and tagged goals, progress, report on .
We all fail. That's part of process of achieving any goal. But how do you deal with the inevitable failure that comes during the pursuit of your goals?
In this video blog, I answer a question I received from a follower of PLM on this topic. The person described in their e-mail that they are following a specific diet, but often will “fall off the wagon” and end up sabotaging their success by eating unhealthy foods. Does this sound familiar? We've all sabotaged ourselves in some way and violating our own standards. You can call this “failure” if you'd like, but let me share with you my thoughts on how to deal with failure so that you can ensure you're achieving your goals.This entry was posted in BUSINESS, CAREER & MISSION, EMOTIONS & MEANING, GOAL SETTING and tagged failure, perspective, progress, success on .