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What is Personal Growth?
As we live in search of our purpose on this spinning rock, it can be difficult to define our growth. In our early years, our growth can be pretty literal. Physical growth and cognitive development can be measured very efficiently through the years by simply going to school and visiting the doctor annually. After we leave the educational system and reach our physical maturity then, our systems of measurement become more nebulous. Our definition of personal growth may change as we mature.
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Let's Try to Talk About Perfection
As someone who focuses on achievement, does perfectionism ever trip you up? Have you ever thought that maybe your goals aren’t the right goals to focus on? Is your BHAG really your BHAG? Or have you skipped writing goals altogether because you can’t think of something to write? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then congratulations, you have found your good friend perfectionism.
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Goal Setting For Success
What are the dreams and goals that you want to accomplish in this lifetime? They can be small objectives or big hairy audacious goals but take the time to think of three specific goals; one for your personal life, one professional, and finally, one family or community goal. It's essential to select balanced objectives instead of only choosing all business/career goals to balance your life. If one area of your life is struggling, it will eventually impact the others. Take the time to ponder what are the most critical goals to accomplish in the next 90 days. It's essential to think about goals that can be completed at that time because, as humans, we tend to lose focus and momentum after three months. If a goal is going to take longer, break it up into smaller milestones that can be completed in 90 days.
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Core Hours
Core hours are a proven technique to help you be as productive as possible with your most valuable resource: your time. We all have the same 24 hours every day, but some people seem to accomplish significantly more in the same amount of time. The difference is simple; how they use their time is more focused and structured, which empowers them to accomplish more. Core hours are blocks of time that you schedule intentionally to do focused work without distractions or interruptions.
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