Creating Lasting Habits with the IMPI Strategy

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According to psychological research only 53% of peoples’ goals are actually translated into action.
A measly 53%.
Why is this the case?
Professor of Psychology at New York University, Dr Peter Gollwitzer, believes that there are a number of things that derail us from achieving our goals.
We may find ourselves being distracted by Facebook and […]

6 ways to create smarter goals

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goal-setting-picIf you type ‘SMART goals’ into a google search you’ll come up with nearly 17,000,000 hits.
‘SMART’ represents a set criteria to help you evaluate your goals. Goal setters are asked to consider ‘Is your goal specific? Measurable? Attainable? Realistic? and timely (has a deadline)?
S = Specific
M = Measurable
A = Attainable
R = Realistic
T = Timely
Personal development gurus and teachers tell us […]

43 things to help you achieve your goals

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Do you need a bit of inspiration and help with setting your goals for the year? Not sure where to start or how to word your goals?
I recently stumbled across a great goal setting website called 43 things.
It allows you to list your goals, share your progress and encourage others to do the same.
Better still, people who have achieved the same goal that you are currently after can […]

The secret ingredient of achieving your goals

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I’m not a fan of Kentucky fried chicken but I admire the man behind all that greasy chicken. Colonel Sanders was a master goal setter and never lost sight of his vision.
harland sandersThey say the Colonel was 65 years old when he received his first pension cheque in the mail. He took one look at it, saw that it was for $105 and felt angry. He had to come up with a way of earning some […]