On the road to achieving your goals, the determining resource is You. Not just because you are the only one who knows your goal, but because you have the desire to make your dream come true. However, there is no goal that we want to achieve that does not involve sacrifice. Small goals require small efforts, big goals require big sacrifices.
I invite you to see how you can ensure that the most valuable resource: yourself, is in the best condition to achieve your goal.
One of the areas that frequently challenge us is maintaining consistency between what we say we are going to achieve and the decisions and actions we take daily. Whether situations that are out of our hands happen or we change our minds, the reality is that we regularly have inconsistencies between what we want to do and what we end up doing.
Let’s see how we can avoid being inconsistent between what we say and what we do; and how we can have more clarity in our next step.
One of the most important lessons my mentors helped me understand is that the hardest person to lead while achieving my goals is myself. With the desire to make more efficient decisions, increase control of resources, and take responsibility for my personal and professional growth, I began to improve my ability of self-leadership.
I invite you to examine how you can improve your ability to lead yourself, how it will help you get closer to your goal daily, and how to increase your intentionality to achieve it.
There is a well-known phrase that says SUCCESS LEAVES TRACES; even more, so that we must find them, follow them, improve them, and learn from them. While this is great advice, it can easily be misunderstood, as your plan for success must be personal.
Why is it important that you have your own definition of success? And how can you add your personal touch to your plan to achieve it?
One of the common limiting beliefs is that we don’t have enough resources. Whether it’s relationships, money, talent, time, experience, or any other resource; people believe that they need them all to start accomplishing a goal. You may be surprised, but you already have the resources to start reaching your goals.
Let’s observe why resources are not a limitation to start reaching your goal and how finding new resources is a great opportunity to develop your potential.
Have you ever wondered why every time we talk about achieving our goals, we must talk about habits? Simple, our habits are what govern our life. A very simple concept, but very powerful. Whether or not we can achieve what we want will depend on our habits.
I want to invite you to examine the habits that we should cultivate and why it is essential that your habits are part of your plan to reach your goal.
One of the biggest challenges we have in materializing our goals is having enough clarity to execute them. When taking action towards achieving our goals, a lack of clarity about the next step can lead us to years of distractions and losses.
Let’s see how you can increase the possibility of reaching your goals, have more clarity when acting, and how you can improve the use of your resources.
Do you still go to bed thinking about those things that you have not done or could do, but do not know how and when they will get done? Well, you are not alone; many have a dream but do not know how to materialize it.
Let’s see how you can start to materialize your dream and transform it into a goal. Also, let’s observe what is the first step that you need to take, on the road to achieving your goal, and feeling successful doing it.
To achieve success, it is critical to understand that just the pure desire to reach a goal is not enough; we must have the right attitude and take action. By being focused, we’ll make sure that we’ll keep a logical order in what we do and follow a plan to avoid getting distracted from our goals. Further, this will help us make good use of our resources and evaluate progress towards our goals.
Let’s see why at the present time it is difficult to stay focused and the 3 important aspects that we must take into account if we want to stay focused.
Your habits magnify or limit you. No doubt about it. The biggest and most successful entrepreneurs, as well as the most influential and famous people, have habits that have led them to success, even more, they have made success a daily habit.
I invite you to reflect on how as architects of culture we can create a “culture of success” in our personal environment, with our teams and organizations. Let’s observe the 5 abilities that successful people use to create that culture of success.