Setting goals is essentially a waste of time. How many times have you set a goal, got excited, showed remarkable willpower for the first few weeks, and then promptly fell off the wagon? That is the most common experience people have in setting goals. The problem isn’t you. It’s with the way you are going about setting your goals. If you remember these three principles, you will consistently hit your goals.
Over the past several years, I’ve written a blog post listing my favorite books of the year. When we do our is-anybody-actually-reading-any-of-this-stuff marketing review at the end of the year, the “books” blog post is always one of the most popular. Take a peek inside....
Congratulations to Daybreak IT Solutions in Richmond, VA, for being named the Ascend Performance, powered by Sandler, Company of the Year. Daybreak is a proven, trusted, hardworking Information Technology Solutions company that prides itself on being different.
“Come on! Push yourself! Don’t stop now! You have come too far! You didn’t get up this morning to not give it your best effort! You are strong! You are able! Let’s go!”
I’m one of those Peloton people. Overly excited about the Peloton. Happy to tell you about my records and how far I’ve come since getting the bike – and how far I’ve gone. All without leaving the house.
World-class curmudgeon and future Hall of Fame football coach Bill Bilichick says, famously, that if you want to be successful, just do your job. That’s it. Do your job. Don’t worry about what you can’t control. Don’t worry about your boss’s job. Don’t worry about what your colleagues are doing or not doing. Just do your job.