Let’s Goal Girls: If-Then Planning
Author’s note: I am so pleased and excited to share with you an excerpt from Let’s Goal Girls, a book that my dear friend Susan Young and I are writing together! Let’s Goal Girls will be published next year, and it is the culmination of our decades of experience and passion for helping people improve their lives. This book is full of tips and advice backed by years of research, as well as exercises to help you: set and achieve your goals, maximize your potential, overcome challenges, and strike a healthy work/life balance. We hope you enjoy the following excerpt from the chapter, “Designing Your Flight Plan.” (more…)
The Achievement Habit: October Reading Recommendation
Are you a worry wart? Do you find yourself wishing you could stop spinning your wheels and start achieving your goals? Stanford Engineering Professor, and author of “The Achievement Habit: Stop Wishing, Start Doing and Take Command of Your Life,” Bernard Roth, PhD, offers a great strategy for quitting the worry habit cold-turkey. (more…)
2 Billion Under 20: August Reading Recommendation
At the National Speakers Convention this year, I had the pleasure of seeing Jared Kleinert speak about his newly released book “2 Billion Under 20.” Along with co-author Stacey Ferreira, Jared’s power-packed book highlights the successful journeys of 75 influential, world-changing, entrepreneurial millennials. These individuals are doing and will continue to do incredible things. These young innovators know how to set and get goals. (more…)
Pumping Up Your Nursing Self-Discipline Muscle by Flexing Your Will (and Won’t) Power
Like an athlete in training for a major competition, it took several long years of study, self-discipline and financial sacrifice to train to be RN. In order to study and pass your nursing exams, you made many disciplined decisions to dedicate your time, money and effort in order to achieve this goal. And now that you’ve achieved your admirable objective, do you find that you’re still showing that same steely resolve and fierce willpower in your job?