Most productivity experts begin their advice under the assumption that we seek “more time.” But more time is not really what we seek.
Setting clear goals and measuring your progress will lead you somewhere. The question is whether it will take you to where you want to go. Without this crucial element, your SMART goals are dumb.
Learning to climb a rope is reinforcing a lesson I’ve been teaching myself for years: the power of building slowly on a solid foundation.
A short-term challenge can be a great way to start implementing a new behavior. But what happens when the challenge ends? How do you create a sustainable change?
Success leaves clues, but not all clues are relevant. You need to know what you’re looking for so you can find the parts that matter.
If you’re already off-track with your resolutions, you’re in good company. The truth is, you likely set yourself up to fail. Here’s why.