Steps To Turn Daily Focus into Successful Goal Achievement

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We know that goal-oriented people are mostly successful, happier, and more productive. But setting and keeping goals is a skill, and like any skill, there are good and better ways to doing it.

One thing you might find helpful is separating your goals into behavior-based and outcome-based models. There are a few differences between the two, and knowing which is which can be key.

Steps To Turn Daily Focus into Successful Goal Achievement

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Top BS Facts about Introvert Experiences You Might Think Are True

One of my weaknesses, even with knowing it is an utterly useless way to be or act, is judging who I am by comparing myself to others. Do you ever get that way? As I regularly say about it, it’s a win-lose proposition. Comparitis as I like to call this dilemma, can only add to the top BS facts about introvert experiences you might think are true. Hence, Top BS Facts about Introvert Experiences You Might Think Are True

That’s my sign to take some additional time to get my head and heart cleared. And, get happy.

Award winning photo by Christopher Weber

Award winning photo by Christopher Weber

The clearing started to lift yesterday afternoon after just a few hours of being down on myself, in my head of course.

With every good intention to write a couple of blog posts to queue up since I am traveling next week, the venom of judging myself delayed me until getting in a better space. That’s when I realized it could be because of BS facts about introvert experiences. Experiences you might think are true.

In my humble opinion here are a few of those Top BS Facts about Introvert Experiences You Might Think Are True:[Continue Reading…]

AWAKE #Introvert: How to Go from Fear to Remarkable

If you are more of an introvert and want to get your voice heard in any business or life situation, the AWAKE #Introvert: How to Go from Fear to Remarkable series could be just for you!

Over at Periscope and even Facebook live, on most Fridays, you’ll be able to participate in the conversation of the AWAKE formula.

Or maybe you want to sit, listen and reflect and are quite satisfied with other viewers live, in the background. You can do this on Twitter! If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll get my Tweet announcing the live stream is going.

In using what could be a meaningful introvert acrostic, you can discover:

AWAKE #Introvert: How to Go from Fear to Remarkable

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Staying focused, brain on technology, smell the roses, introvert in graphs #Blog Round-up from #introvert inspirer

My round-up blog numbers were escaping me. My fix is – let them go! This is my weekly round-up.

I want to stay focused on blogging tasks and slow down and smell the roses too! Without our brain what can we do? Heck, not even enjoy the graphs.

Disclaimer: usually these are blog posts from other bloggers and rarely, my writing. Sharing good content from across the web for you that you might not have seen.

 

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5 lessons from Donald Trump boycotts for introverts to know

Trump’s outspoken stance about illegal Mexicans flamed protests to boycott several of Trump’s properties. And remember, Macy’s and NBC cut their ties with him.

Then remarks Trump made about Megyn Kelly during the first debate, caused many viewers to boycott Fox News.

His statements and actions call for boycotts, and he also seems to care little about the calls for boycotting any of his companies.

Are you an introvert still not sure about your voice being heard, or do you think it’s only being more extroverted that can help?

5 lessons from Donald Trump boycotts for introverts to know

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