5 Ways to Keep Promises with Yourself

How to Stick with Your Hopes, Dreams, and Goals

We make promises to others all the time.

And we feel very guilty when we break them. Often, we put commitments to others above our own priorities.

Yet, when it comes to pledges that we make with ourselves, we are quick to let those go.

Why is it so hard to keep promises we make to ourselves?

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Please Take My 2015 TMN Reader Survey

I am always striving to make Time Management Ninja more impactful for you.

Today, I want your input to help make TMN even better.

TMN Survey 2015-2

 

Please take a few minutes to fill out the 2015 TMN Reader Survey. This survey went out yesterday via the weekly TMN newsletter, however I am also posting it here to maximize feedback.

Click the image above and share your time management needs, wants, and challenges. This information will help me provide future material, posts, and topics on TMN.

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5 Tips to Keep Focus on Your BIG Goal

Focus on Your BIG Goal

You have a BIG goal. One that represents your hopes and dreams. A goal that defines you and your passion.

Internally, you think of it constantly. Yet, taking action never seems to happen. You put off your BIG goal, until you doubt if you will ever do it.

What’s keeping you from getting to it?

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Only You Can Quit on Your Dreams

Never Give Up on You

You have a BIG goal.

A dream that you have always wanted to pursue.

Just when you are about to do something about it, someone tells you that it’s imposssible. That it can’t be done. Or maybe that it’s a bad idea.

Suddenly, the wind is out of your sails. The air is let out of your tires. Your motivation fades and you quit on your big idea.

Yet, in this situation, you are the one quitting on yourself.

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Start Your Day at the Top and It’s All Downhill From There

Downhill All Day

How do you start your day?

Facebook? News? Or even email?

You’re probably checking these before your feet even hit the floor in the morning. When you finally get going, you struggle to get your day started and your work on track.

How much better off would you be if you started with the most important thing you needed to accomplish today?

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