2010 Goals

It’s time for the 3rd installment of the 30 Day Success Habits Series. (A monthly column where I discuss the habits that I’m trying to develop for the next 30 days)

Like I said in yesterday’s post about my February habits, I’ve made the determination to focus on only two habits per month. Hopefully this will make it easier to stick with what I plan and not get too overwhelmed.

So what am I doing for March? Well here are the two habits I’m trying to form: [click to continue…]

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This is the first of what I’m calling the “30 Day Success Habits Series.” In this monthly column, I’m going to talk about the different behaviors I’m trying to create or eliminate for the next 30 days. The idea here is to give a perspective on what it’s like to try to develop a success habit. Hopefully this series will give you that extra *nudge* to change some of your behaviors.

If you want to know more about this concept, take a look at my post about 30 day success habits. [click to continue…]

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Over a week ago I described my professional goals for 2010. In this post I discussed how I was going to spend the majority of the year focusing on “communications.” Specifically I want to improve my writing, speaking, and technology skills.

But goal setting isn’t just about professional growth. I also think it’s important to create challenges that’ll help me grow as a man. This is part of my ‘work hard, play hard’ mantra. So while I’m focusing on my communication skills, I also want to set aside time to work on my personal growth. [click to continue…]

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Well we’ve reached the halfway point for the first month of 2010. By now most people have forgotten about their New Year’s Resolutions. Usually I don’t make resolutions. Instead I like to focus on a specific area of my life for the upcoming year and try to improve it.

Writing goals for 2010 in a notebook.

So what is my goal for 2010? In short, I’m going to focus on “communications.” As I try to expand my online businesses, I’ve come to realize that my skills are lacking in a number of key areas. I’m going to fix this by targeting certain aspects of communication. Like the following: [click to continue…]

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