How I Keep my Life and my Career on Track

personal development

As I work daily to nourish global health, happiness and prosperity I remind myself about what pilots do.

Pilots know exactly where they want to go and when they want to arrive before they take off in the plane.

This leads me to the best advice I can give you today on personal and business development.

Make really sure the goals you want to achieve as part of your work and your life are very clear for you each day when you wake up and get out of bed.

Personally, I read and write down my goals each day after I was inspired to do so by Brian Tracy many years ago.

Now, I am not talking about writing down 101 goals or even a dozen. I only read and write down my top six goals.

Three guides for goal setting:

* Check out this short article on Smart Goal Setting

* Read over the goal setting tips in my Free e-Workbook 19 Steps to Reduce Stress and Increase Success.

* Remember to write your goals in the present and not future tense. Write “I have” not “I will have” so you bring into your current reality the presence of what you want. (If this does not make sense please read the sort book As A Man Thinketh by James Allen.

Enjoy a great day,

David