Whenever you set a goal, especially at the very beginning, there is a high chance that you will encounter failure in some way. However, there is a crucial difference between facing failure and failing altogether. It takes a certain
So, you want to start setting some goals? Smart decision. As we have already covered in previous blogs, setting goals gives you something to strive for. They keep you moving forwards on the path to living a rich and
When it comes to getting excited about your future, you need to have big goals. Many people will have a list of goals and, as we talked about last week, that is a great place to start. However,
Recently, I have written a lot about goal setting from a business point of view and how to achieve those goals. Today, however, I want to focus a little more on the personal side of goal setting when it comes
Think about your life for a second. Is it everything that you want it to be? Can you go on holiday whenever you want? Eat out? Do you drive the car you want? Get to spend as much time
For anyone who is setting goals, I think it is vital to have some form of mentor or accountability buddy to help. I have had many in the past, and all of them have played a large role in helping
The SMART acronym is probably the most popular and widely accepted tool for goal-setters around the world. I have been using the SMART approach for years in order to set and achieve most of the goals in my life.
When it comes to achieving anything in life, I firmly believe that goal setting plays a fundamental role. But just how important is it? And how do we go about setting goals successfully?
I went from being over £120,000 in debt in 2010 and a sizeable mortgage to boot, to building up a seven-figure business in 2019. And I truly believe this would not have been possible without one crucial element. It’s something