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React To Whatever Happens

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β€œThere are a lot of things that are beyond our control but what you do have control over is how you react to whatever happens in your life.” ~Oprah Winfrey

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WHAT I’M LEARNING ABOUT GOALS

Your GOAL needs to be motivating, which means, it’s something you really want or really want to avoid. A worthy GOAL is a thing that is difficult to get but you are willing to work very hard for it because you sincerely want it bad enough. You can trigger your enthusiasm by thinking about what it will be like once you obtain your goal. Coordinate & use that enthusiasm to fuel the energy you put into working for your goal.

Your PLAN is the roadmap that puts you in better position to reach your goal. Your PLAN states your OBJECTIVES, WORK & timeframe. It helps you stay efficiently on track, avoiding the pitfalls that prevent your success. It organizes the actions you take in incremental steps so you can calculate the time need to complete your goal. For example: Decide how much time for each objective [5 , 10 or 15 minutes], how frequently to repeat [everyday, 4 times per wk or twice a week] and then estimate, based on the goal, how long it will take to achieve the goal.

Your OBJECTIVES are the actions you repeat on a regular schedule that stack up to move you to your goal. Each OBJECTIVE shrinks the work of the goal into manageable steps that you can achieve. You are more likely to achieve your goal when you focus on doing a great job at these smaller steps instead of overlooking their importance since they are easier & more abundant.

Your WORK is best thought of as supervising the goal. There are four parts: double-checking, scheduling, reminding & reviewing. Double-Checking is the HOW – making sure the quality of your execution is done well & correctly. Scheduling is the WHEN – setting up times to take action. Reminding is the WHAT – to make sure you take it seriously at the time scheduled. Reviewing is the WHERE – to confirm things are on track & problem solve for things that are off track. The WORK is the glue that makes your goal system effective.

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Challenge
  1. Set 1 GOAL, make 1 PLAN, decide 3 OBJECTIVES & define the WORK. [This might take 10-15 minutes, depending on the goal.]
  2. What time do you wake up on weekdays & weekends? Please share in the comments below.

Thank you!

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Oprah Winfrey | Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Circumstances

https://youtu.be/-aGT42ETeM0

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Until You Change

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β€œYou’ll never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is hidden in your daily routine” ~John C. Maxwell

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EIGHT WAYS TO ACHIEVE GREATNESS

Ask yourself:

Are you a leader?
Are you a follower?
Here’s the thing: You do NOT have to be a leader to be great. Greatness is essential for both leaders and followers.

How can you achieve greatness with everything you do? Can you be a great follower? A great leader?

What if there was a formula to create greatness . . . in anyone?

  1. Create a Vision
  2. Turn Adversity into Advantage
  3. Cultivate a Champion’s Mindset
  4. Develop Hustle
  5. Master Your Body
  6. Practice Positive Habits
  7. Build a Winning Team
  8. Live a Life of Service

Read more at: https://www.scienceofpeople.com/achieve-greatness/

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Challenge
  1. Let’s revisit your goals for the week that we set on Sunday. Have you accomplished all three? Two? One? Today is the last opportunity to honor that contract. Make an effort to complete the tasks.
  2. Please share if you accomplished your goals or not. Focus on how any of the goals you accomplished and how you could have approached it better without needing a miracle {or maybe you did need a miracle} – let us know. If you’re just joining this exercise, please share your thoughts on the benefits of goal setting.
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12/23/20 Forgiven not Forgotten

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“Be careful with your words, once they are said, they can only be forgiven, not forgotten. ” ~Carl Sandburg

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The art of communication is not mastered by just knowing what to say and how to say it. 

A big factor is knowing when to say it.  So often people sit back and say nothing when something really needs to be said. It could be an idea, a suggestion, an observation, a criticism…but for some reason they don’t want to speak up.

They may be afraid of hurting another person, looking mean or foolish, or opening a can of worms that will make a mess in everyone’s lives.  Sometimes it seems like staying silent is the wiser choice. But here are five reasons why despite the risk, standing up and saying your peace is best…

source: 5 Reasons You Should Speak Up [Inc. Magazine]

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  1. Review your THREE goals for this week. {If you haven’t set any goals yet, set ONE Goal right now to accomplish by Sunday afternoon.}
  2. Take action to move a goal to at least 50 percent complete. You can earn pride and satisfaction of achievement.
  3. In the comments below, write an encouraging letter to yourself starting with, “Dear Me,”
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12/21/20 Discipline is just choosing

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β€œDiscipline is just choosing between what you want now and what you want most.”

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THREE FACTS ABOUT SLEEP:

1. Man is the only mammal that willingly delays sleep.

2. In general, exercising regularly makes it easier to fall asleep and contributes to sounder sleep. However, exercising sporadically or right before going to bed will make falling asleep more difficult.

3. People who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to have bigger appetites due to the fact that their leptin levels (leptin is an appetite-regulating hormone) fall, promoting appetite increase.

source: sleepfoundation.org

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  1. Tell a joke to THREE people & make sure you laugh or at least smile after.
  2. Please share your joke in the comments.
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