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Like it or not, change is happening all around us every minute of the day. And there, we have a choice. Go with the flow and accept that those changes will happen anyway. Or become the instigator that puts you in control of the changes you’d like to see in your life? Isn’t it time you had a change of mind?
Why is it that so many of us are notoriously bad in meeting the goals we set? Of course, we’re only too quick to spout our excuses: lack of motivation, clarity and accountability being the usual suspects. But you can change all that by following four golden rules to set the right goals.
You have to admire couples who celebrate 60 or more years of marriage. Personality, loyalty and commitment are among the many reasons for their successful and long term partnership. But how does it work in business? And just how do you find the right partner?
It was only recently that I learned about the elevator pitch. I see it as the art of presenting yourself in the best possible light in less than a minute. At first, it seemed next to impossible for me to ever accomplish creating and delivering my elevator pitch. But then I decided to look into it a bit more and research how it’s done properly.
Like it or not, change is happening all around us. Day turns into night. Spring turns into summer. Ans where time and nature are concerned, we have no control of those changes. In other aspects of our lives we do have the power of change. Not interested in that TV programme? Grab the remote and change it…or just bark out a voice command to your AI device. But what about changes in your life? That takes courage. Have you got what it takes?
Accountability isn’t just about being organized or in control. Get it right – and accountability brings a great sense of achievement and recognition in how your life is progressing. But when you’re running a business on your own, do you still need to be accountable to others?