The Five Types of Goals – Part 1 – The Start of Reason, Is Not Realistic!

The Five Types of Goals - Part 1 - The Start of Reason, Is Not Realistic!Many people equate success with money, power, and fame. In actuality a truly successful person is much more than that; or at least should be. In order to achieve success you must first set out to do so. One of the most important steps to your achievement is setting goals that you can work towards and conquer. A person of great success will have set and have mastered, or strived Continue reading

Treatment Considerations For Marijuana Addiction

Treatment Considerations For Marijuana AddictionOne of the easiest types of drug to obtain is marijuana. It’s no wonder that marijuana addiction is becoming more and more common. While some people believe that marijuana isn’t an addictive drug, the reality is that it is just as addictive as any other drug.

In fact, studies show that marijuana abusers exhibit the same, or similar symptoms as any other drug abuser. The fact is that many marijuana Continue reading

Alcoholism: What Is It?

Alcoholism: What Is It?Alcoholism. We often hear this word being used but what does it actually mean? A serious problem that affects many people all over the world, alcoholism, also known as alcohol dependence, is an extremely serious addiction.

Lots of us drink sparingly, occasionally and sometimes even regularly, but it’s normal, right? So how do we know when we’ve had enough, or too much? Government recommends that Continue reading

Goal Setting Strategies to Prevent Your Grave From Being Full of Unrealized Dreams and Goals

Goal Setting Strategies to Prevent Your Grave From Being Full of Unrealized Dreams and GoalsFor things to change You have to change – Create a new YOU to Set and Achieve Outrageous Goals

What is it about fear and self-image that is so paralyzing in us reaching our true potential? To convert to the new you, you have to get a handle on these two things. These two entities are very much interwoven. If you conquer the journey of developing a positive self-image, the attained self-confidence Continue reading

Goal Setting Mastery – Overcome Your Excuses, Realise Your Vision

Goal Setting Mastery - Overcome Your Excuses, Realise Your VisionWhether we like it or not, the truth is that we all have certain excuses that are a major source of inertia in our journey of realising our vision. Excuses are all the reasons that we’ve been giving ourselves for not starting yet. What are your excuses? Is it a lack of time? A lack of money? A fear of failing? Be honest with yourself and write down your top 3 reason for not starting Continue reading

How To Become Good At Whatever You Desire

How To Become Good At Whatever You DesireStep 1: Decide what you want to happen: When you have a free moment sit and think about what you want to change in your life. To make a change you have to have a clear specific vision about what you want to change.

Step2: Identify the barriers that are standing in your way: Figure out what’s keeping you from the more content life you want to lead. Once you know what’s Continue reading

Re-framing – Part One

Re-framing - Part OneI bought an entire course on developing self-esteem, by a well known self development expert. Only a small part was devoted to re-framing. Re-framing, when used correctly, can be a very useful tool to have, in the realization of any goal.

Once a person has learned how to set proper goals, and gone through a crystallization of thought process to select the goals you require, in all the areas Continue reading

Keep Your Daily Intentions Pure

Keep Your Daily Intentions PureI was speaking with an old friend of mine the other day who has been through some tough personal battles in recent years. He proudly informed me of how long he has been sober and the steps that he was taking to continue that trend. In the same breath, he stated, very honestly, “I can’t say that I’m never going to drink again. But I’m not going to drink today.” I was impressed by that and it got me thinking Continue reading

Are We Investing Our Time, Or Spinning Our Wheels?

Are We Investing Our Time, Or Spinning Our Wheels?One of the most common questions I get when I am working with leaders who are trying to make a shift in how they lead themselves and others, goes something like this: “How am I supposed to do all of this other leadership and people stuff when it takes all of my time just to get my daily activities accomplished?”

It’s a valid question as long as your perspective is that leadership means doing more. Continue reading

The 5Rs of Leadership Transition

The 5Rs of Leadership TransitionTime is your most constrained resource when you are making a leadership transition as you have to plan and deliver results in a relatively short period of time. There is no honeymoon period. Expectations from all your stakeholders are high and are probably multifaceted as well. To execute well, you need to think in terms of the 5Rs – a systematic approach for leadership transition.

1. Role Once Continue reading