Tag: setting goals

The One Thing – Book Review

It’s not enough to be busy, so are the ants. The question is, what are we busy about? – Henry David Thoreau Among the things I’ve done recently to nurture my creativity is to finish the book, “The One Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results” by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan.  I’ve been…

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Accomplishing My Goals

Last week, I shared some of my ideas for my 2012 goals (listed in a separate tab above).  The list is lengthy and more than one person has asked me how I will get all that done this year. I won’t.  I make up the list of everything that I could possibly want to accomplish.  It’s…

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What To Choose, What To Choose

Today’s Thoughtful Thursday question asks what I’m looking forward to doing this year.  It was a great question to come after my post yesterday about goal ideas for 2012. But wow, what to choose?  I have so many things I want to do in 2012.  Eventually I realized that the two things I’m looking forward…

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Goal Ideas for 2012

I’ve added a new tab today that lists my personal goal ideas for 2012.  I don’t do resolutions; I find the idea of goals to be more workable as it gives me something specific to work towards.  I’ve heard goals described as living and breathing and to me, they are.  They need to be adjusted as things…

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