33 Ways of Giving Freely and Happily

July 16, 2011
This post comes from the Goal Setting Worksheet

Read this 33 ways of giving. They are simple and easy to follow. Try one today!

1. Say “Good morning” to the person standing next to you in the elevator
2. Refrain from making a negative remark about your colleague’s short-comings
3. Put some coins in another person’s parking meter
4. Return emails promptly
5. Be nice to a sales person, who calls your home phone
6. Do not snap at your spouse when they do something that irritates you
7. Offer to pick up groceries for an elderly neighbor when it is raining outside
8. Pick up a plastic bottle lying in the street and put it in the trash
9. Help a young mother carry a baby stroller down the steps
10. Buy an extra cup of coffee for your co-worker


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Why Concrete Language Communicates Truth

July 10, 2011
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These tips can help you better communicate your thoughts in an effective manner.

There are all sorts of ways language can communicate truth. Here are some solid facts for you:

  • People usually judge that more details mean someone is telling us the truth,
  • We find stories that are more vivid to be more true,
  • We even think more raw facts make unlikely events more likely.
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Kill Stress In Five Minutes

June 28, 2011
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Here is a simple tip to get rid of the stress that is hurting your productivity and, let's face it, your life in general.

The 1st and the most highly efficient stress reliever is breathing exercise. It’s the easiest way to fight stress. You just have to understand the art of deep respiring and you can easily relax yourself in a few minutes. There are many benefits of this stress relief technique. You can do it anywhere and at anytime of the day. Also, it doesn’t cost you a single penny and yet it’s so effective. When you couple this exercise with guided imagery and meditation, you’ll see a decrease in your levels of stress.


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How to create an RSS feed of a Twitter List

June 14, 2011

To generate an RSS feed of a Twitter List you have to make two alterations to a standardised URL; http://api.twitter.com/1/AUTHOR/lists/TWITTER-LIST/statuses.atom

To turn this into an RSS feed all you have to do is change AUTHOR to the name of the Twitter user who created the list and then change TWITTER-LIST to the name of the Twitter List.

Off-topic but interesting information. This is how I stay on top of everything related to Goal Setting

14 Easy Ways to Improve Decision Making

June 8, 2011
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These tips will allow you to give yourself a hand when the time to make a decision comes. Even just one of these tips can make a big difference, so start using them today!

10. Distance yourself in time.

This is another trick that helps you to look at the situation more objectively. Vast psychological research has shown that people make better, less impulsive decisions when their choices are separated in time from the consequences. What does it mean for us? First, do not wait until the last second to decide. Second, when pressed for time, try to think how you would act if your decision did not matter at the moment.


Turning Adversity into Opportunity

May 26, 2011
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Read the five steps to turn adversity into opportunity. From acceptance to pursuing your dreams.

Identifying new goals

There is no better time to take stock of the direction in which your life is heading. If you lost your job, this is the time to be honest with yourself – were you 100% happy with your career path so far, or does your passion lie elsewhere? If you lost a parent to a preventable disease, you could use this to motivate yourself to live a healthier life. Or you might just be more grateful for the time you’ve got, and think of new things you want to achieve, places you want to see, or experiences you want to have.


Goal Setting Tips from a Bodybuilder

May 13, 2011
From the Goal Setting Worksheet

I have a lot of respect for bodybuilders. It takes a lot to shape yourself like that, and while some of it is willpower and perseverance, a lot is proper goal setting and follow through.

I want you to understand that no matter how many times you have failed in the past… no matter your age, background, gender…You Can Accomplish Your Dreams And Don't Ever Let Anyone Tell You Differently!

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Make Your Goal Setting Effective

May 12, 2011

An interesting article on effective goal setting. This can seriously help you develop your own goal setting templates

2. Planning Goal Setting
A plan is like a map, it allows you to see what you need to do to get to where you want to be. Imagine you want to build a castle. Before a single stone is laid, you need to think carefully about your plans. How big will the castle be? How many towers? Will there be a dungeon? You need to consider the materials that you need. The more you think and plan, the more likely you are to have a strong and fantastic castle. But you can’t hope to achieve your goal if you DO NOT PLAN.

50 Life Secrets and Tips

May 10, 2011
From the Goal Setting Worksheet

Figure out what your goals and dreams are.So many people wander aimlessly through life simply go for whatever small thing they want moment by moment. Instead, decide what your perfect life consists of and begin to put the steps in motion to reach that place. The most satisfying thing in the world (yes, better than sex, much better) is overcoming a challenge and reaching a goal. We are the happiest when we are growing and working towards something better.

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Basic Goal Setting Worksheet

October 22, 2009

Today I want to talk about the goal setting procedure and how to use a goal setting worksheet for this purpose. I’ll cover all the basics, from goal statements and vision, to sub-goals and milestones, to action lists and priorities.