Your future will always be an unknown. Always set goals, knowing they are just a rough draft that you will have to correct along the way. Learn to adapt and you’ll never be far off the course of success.
Every goal will have obstacles. Plan for them. Work around them. Discover greatness.
This is a great goal to strive for daily. Make sure you have at least one item on your daily todo list that will improve your life or the lives of others. Repeat.
Big goals don’t happen because you set them. Big goals happen when you treat each step as a smaller goal and work on completing the small wins. Eventually the little victories lead to the big wins.
Every week I get emails from young girls who love football. Not just watching football, but actually playing the game. And not just going in as the token field goal kicker. They want to play full on tackle football. But football is one of those touchy areas where men still dominate and girls are thought [Read More]
A lot of experts tell you to have a plan and work the plan, but sometimes you’re not even sure of what the plan should be. When you can’t quite visualize the steps, it makes the whole thing seem impossible. The best thing to do in this situation is to start taking steps forward. Even [Read More]
Big dreams mean you look fear in the face and move past it. What will it take to cross your ocean? Write your answer down and grab your paddle. You’re about to lose sight of the shore.
Take a good look at what you do best. The world needs the original you, not a carbon copy of someone else. Focus on your strengths and work on building the best you. No one can say you’re doing it wrong!
Most people don’t achieve their dreams because they fail to take even the tiniest first step. Don’t be like most people. Set a goal, create a plan and take that first step. That is all it takes to get started.
Sometimes I think we look at problems from the wrong viewpoint. They aren’t always obstacles or barriers to reaching your dream. They are a necessary part of the journey. You can’t pass through an obstacle without learning something in the process.