Monday, May 29, 2017

Work On Yourself

"Set the kind of goals that will make something of you to achieve them."
-- Jim Rohn

Are you working on yourself today?  How about this week?

There are no days available to skip working on yourself. Learning is a lifetime and daily assignment.

What have you learned today?  That's my favorite question and I ask it several times a day because I do expect to learn MORE than one thing. There's so much to learn. So many goals to realize. It's time to get started, or if you're already in motion (good for you!) to keep going. Relentlessly.

Set big, noble, challenging goals. And then? Then get to work!

-- Doug Smith

Your Goals Are Yours

If you let someone else tell you what your goals are, don't complain if they don't please you.

-- Doug Smith

Friday, May 26, 2017

The Power of Great Goals

How much thought do you give to your goals?

Goals change. We change our goals, and then our goals change us. Recognizing the power behind our goals is important in using that power. Pick ambitious goals. Write noble goals. Work on goals that matter to you.

A great goal gives primary focus to all that you do.

Make it great.

-- Doug Smith

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Behind the Goal

A life changing goal requires a habit changing plan.

-- Doug Smith

Successful Supervisors Achieve Their Goals

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Thursday, May 18, 2017

High Performance Leaders Say What They Want

How clear are your expectations?

Does your team know exactly what you want for results?

Communicating for results means letting the results we want made well known.

High performance leaders say what they want.

How else will you ever get it?

-- Doug Smith