Do you make resolutions at the beginning of every year? Well, we all love to set goal and objectives for the upcoming year and if done right, goal setting can help you take your personal success to the next level. However, the key here is once you start with goal setting, you have to work harder to make your dreams come true.
Finding answers to “what’s my purpose in life” is the secret recipe to success. But often we don’t know what our purpose is when in fact it is hidden somewhere within us. Let the Self-Experimentation and Self Exploration Begin Finding your purpose in life is no easy task. What’s worse is that it can quickly become the most challenging task you don’t want to experience on any day. You’ll be able to find answers to “what’s my purpose” and uncover your real purpose in life with some careful self-experimentation.
Attention has now turned to the year ahead and many of us are making resolutions to become better people over the next few months. Interestingly money related goals make up almost 42.1% of total New Year resolutions and making better financial decisions is one of the top ten New Year resolutions for 2017. While most people want to do something about their relationships or health, money experts suggest that by making a few small changes in your financial habits, you can make your bank balance healthier. At the start of every New Year, many people set goals and even you would have thought about how to take control of your life.
Do Spending Habits Matter? Of course, it does... A high paying job and a bunch of high-profile investments can land you in the elite earner’s club. However, it is often your money habits that make all the difference between a life of financial prosperity and one of constant financial stress.
“How to be rich” is one thing we all think about. Why do rich keep getting richer? Were they born lucky or did they just win a lottery? Well, getting rich is not all because of luck or the family you are born into. It’s more about how financially disciplined you are and how you try to do things differently. Economists suggest that the rich would only keep getting richer and this wealth inequality gap is going to increase with time. This may not seem fair, but things can change if you dedicate a good portion of your time to become and more importantly, stay rich.
What are your goals in life? How do you want others to remember you? These questions are what you must ask yourself in order to define success and set goals that you want to achieve. Do you want Financial Security, Fancy Cars, Travel the world, or simply a family home? When you know what your future goals are then a plan can be created in order to achieve them.
Do you desire to wake up daily with a positive state of mind aligned towards achieving your goals? Let’s explore how successful people are using three simple keys to success in life tricks to transform their lives forever. We all know that there is no secret to immortality, but there are critical elements great people use to become successful. Modern man has lost control over the influence of his surroundings, experiences, and reality. Our focus has been diluted by unnecessary actions and we have lost touch and forgotten our goals. For success to materialize, focus and objectivity must be parallel to each other.
We all want to lead successful lives, right? It doesn’t matter how old you are or what you stage of life you are in, we have an innate desire to be ‘successful’. Many of us don’t even know that means, other than a vague sense of positivity when we achieve it. In this post, we’re going to try and change that. You see, all of the best and brightest people who have ever walked the earth had one major thing in common: the knew what success looked like for them. Whether it was a mansion in Beverly Hills, a passion for your work, or a hunger to think big and put your plans into action, they all know what they want and where they are going.
Dreaming about dreams is easy. Actually following those dreams and bringing them into reality is tough. Especially if we are lacking the confidence to do so. I think the majority of people agree on these points. It took me a long time to realise no one was going to come and rescue my dreams from my mind. If anything was going to happen, I’d have to pluck them out myself and stand up to all of my fears.