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How to Conquer Intimidating Goals

Tackling new skills can feel intimidating. But we only feel intimidated because we overestimate the task and underestimate our own abilities. Take learning to drive for example. Today, millions of very mentally un-gifted people got into automobiles and drove them. And most of them had no accident today. So how hard can it be, this task that’s intimidating you?

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Setting Goals for Students

All students have universal needs such as good study skills, effective time management, academic and social support systems, and recreational outlets. You may be well out of proper direction if one of these is not given value. You can be guided by a good set of goals.

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Motivation and Goal Setting

If you knew that you could achieve anything you wanted to, maybe get that job that you always thought was slightly out of your reach or find and build that wonderful new relationship which has remained somehow elusive, that would be amazing wouldn’t it?

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Choosing The Best Development Goals

One of the best contributions we can make to ourselves and our family is to become better people. To attain this, we need development goals. These development goals will determine who you will become next year, in ten years, and for life.

Development goals are a way of developing new skills, raising our awareness, broadening our understanding and maturing of our body, mind and soul. Our personal commitment to growth is the driving force behind the setting of development goals.

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Are You Achieving Your Goals?

Have you found yourself setting goals every year but eventually losing interest? Did you have every intention to make a difference by accomplishing your goals but then not following through? Make sure your goals are aligned with your life purpose.

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60 Minutes To Clear Goals

I think that most people would agree that the people who have goals are more successful than those who do not have any.

I often talk about leadership and management. Leadership is about doing the right things while management is about doing things right. Often when we study time management, we study efficiency (doing things right) and make the assumption that we have the effectiveness (leadership) solved.

The first step in any time management system should be to work on…