Archive for the 'Goal Setting' Category

The Concrete Goals Tracker

Posted by admin on January 16th, 2008

While scanning the web last night, I found a particularly useful productivity tool called the Concrete Goals Tracker. David Seah — designer-extraordinaire and fellow New England resident — has created a great series of free productivity tools called the ‘Printable CEO’ that aid in your high-level goal setting, time tracking, and task tracking efforts. In [...]

An Orienteering Approach to Goal Achievement

Posted by admin on January 14th, 2008

The key to succeeding in your goals is to divide them up into sub-parts and then use those sub-parts as regular ‘checkpoints’ along the way to determine your progress and to fine-tune your approach. I remember during scouting as a kid, we would often practice orienteering. After we were given a compass and a map, [...]

For most of us, goal setting is just that: goal setting. We all know how to set goals, but when it comes to achieving them we often fall short. In this post, I’ll explain how you can go beyond just setting your goals to where you can start achieving them. Everyone that has achieved their [...]

The Millionaire Course: Lessons 1-4

Posted by admin on March 6th, 2007

This week, Life Training Online will be reviewing The Millionaire Course by Marc Allen, the second of fifty-two books in the 52 Personal Development Books in 52 Weeks series. The first four chapters or ‘lessons’ of The Millionaire Course, make up Allen’s ‘short course’. Containing the four essential elements for success, these chapters are essential [...]

How to Use Your Future to Propel Your Present

Posted by admin on February 9th, 2007

One of the unique endowments we have as human beings is the ability to imagine ourselves outside of the now. This can be just as inhibiting as it is facilitating though. Forever stuck in the past, there are some of us who squander our time reminiscing our “glory days” when we should be focusing on [...]

Creating Optimal Experiences in Life

Posted by admin on January 7th, 2007

Why is it that in the same experience one person can feel complete boredom, another anxiety and a third absolute elation? It really comes down to two variables: level of skill and level of challenge. When you understand how these two variables effect your experiences in life, you can then learn to create at will [...]

How to Commit to your New Years Resolutions

Posted by admin on December 14th, 2006

With the new year fast approaching, many of us amidst the bustle of the holidays will hopefully be able to seek out a moment to sit down and set some goals for 2007. In previous years, I’m sure you have most likely done this. Perhaps you had your sights set on a healthy, fit body, [...]

Visualization as a Problem Solving Tool

Posted by admin on December 10th, 2006

When practicing visualization, most people only focus on the end result, the goal that they want to achieve. But as soon as they face a problem, this vision becomes clouded and sometimes disappears altogether. When you can learn to use visualization as a problem-solving tool, you will be able to overcome those obstacles that hedge [...]