September 1, 2017
Your relationships are the greatest predictor of success. Take stock of the people in your life. Are you a good friend, spouse, co-worker or parent? How could you improve?
As we grow and develop, so do our values, goals and dreams. Take a fresh look at your list of goals. Do they reflect what you still want? Are they achievable? If not, it’s time to refine.
Relationships can become strained when considering big life decisions, such as a relocation. Don’t assume that relationship is ruined for life. People and circumstances can change.
Read: How to Handle Haters
High performers have a deep emotional commitment to their goals. It becomes more of a need than a desire. Find that passion within yourself and take the next step.
Second-guessing decisions can cripple your productivity. Tomorrow, start your day with a list of tangible goals you want to achieve. Hold yourself accountable for wasted time between meetings.
Don’t be afraid to share your times of struggle. If you spent years living paycheck to paycheck while building your business, allow others to see that real part of you.
Just because Snapchat is the hottest social app on the market doesn’t mean you need to use it. Analyze which apps are enhancing your life and relationships, and which ones are holding you back.
Stress has a huge impact on your long-term health. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, look for areas of your life that could be delegated or eliminated. Remember, you can’t do it all.
Work-life balance is almost a cliché, but it’s vital for your well-being. Write down the five most important things in your life, and analyze how you could better prioritize them.
What are you working toward? Money, power, status? Those will never bring sustained happiness. Find your larger why and chase it.