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parkrun Challenges

I love attending parkrun every week, so Ive decided to set myself a number of parkrun related challenges for the next year. Most of them are teeny tiny goals, but I thought they might add some fun. Achieve my 250 club (17 parkruns to go) Qualify for a cow cowl (I need to do 1 [] read more »

3 Ways to Stay Highly Motivated as a Rookie Sta...

If you’re a budding entrepreneur, the most important goals that you set for yourself will take time for you to achieve and that’s a fact. You need to be committed [] [Click on the link to continue reading!] read more »

7 Tips To Maintain Your Company Culture with Ra...

All those companies having impressive employee retention rate and high employee satisfaction levels have one thing in common i.e. they totally understand the significance of having a good company culture. [] [Click on the link to continue reading!] read more »

The Key to You: Defining Your Values and Creati...

Grab your FREE goal setting guide! The post The Key to You: Defining Your Values and Creating Your Goals (Freebie) appeared first on Those Positive Thoughts. read more »

15 Self Development Goals Which Will Nourish Yo...

Self development goals which will nourish your mind,body and soul. The post 15 Self Development Goals Which Will Nourish Your Life appeared first on Those Positive Thoughts. read more »

March Goals and February Review

If People Are Not Laughing At Your Goals, Your Goals Are Too Small. The post March Goals and February Review appeared first on Those Positive Thoughts. read more »

Creating The Perfect Morning Routine

There is so much to be accomplished before the rest of the world wakes up. The post Creating The Perfect Morning Routine appeared first on Those Positive Thoughts. read more »

How To Set Smart Goals And Stay Motivated

The first step to staying motivated is to set SMART goals. The post How To Set Smart Goals And Stay Motivated appeared first on Those Positive Thoughts. read more »

February Goals and January Review

I hope by sharing my goals I will inspire you to set your own! The post February Goals and January Review appeared first on Those Positive Thoughts. read more »

January Goals

I have a feeling that this year will be a good one. Why? Because this year I'm going to approach a couple of things in my life slightly differently. I hope you can join me on my journey! The post January Goals appeared first on Those Positive Thoughts. read more »

Personalizing My Semicolon Tattoo

Before I got my first tattoo, I could not figure out why someone would want one, let alone several. Now that Ive had my own tat for several weeks, Im starting to understand a bit about the why. While I Continue reading read more »

August Goals

Okay, once upon a time on a different blogging site I started each month with a list of simple goals for that month.Might as well start over doing that here.So here are my goals for August.1. Get Rid of 30 ThingsThis does not have to be "throwing away" 30 things. When I say get rid of I mean to toss out (as in magazines), or use (as in my jewelry hoard) or to sell (as in any finished art/craft items).I might even return a thing or two to work that I bought and haven't used yet. If I can find the receipts... read more »

Exciting Goal Reached For The Page Turner

I woke up this morning to wonderful news.  My little blog that I created to inspire me to write has 100 followers. I am so touched by those that follow my blog. I hope that you like the diversity of it all. I feel like I have been given 5 stars.  You know how I Continue reading Exciting Goal Reached For The PageTurner read more »

The Foolproof Guide to Achieving Your Goals

Why You Need This Guide Ever wonder why some people are far worse at achieving their goals than others? I can tell you one big reason: poor goal-setting. Many of us were never taught the simple act of setting proper goals! This guide aims to fix all of that. The Problem Here’s the deal: You can’t The post The Foolproof Guide to Achieving Your Goals appeared first on Possess Your Success. read more »

Your Heart Knows What You Want. Your Head Knows...

I saw this recently and it stuck with me as it speaks to the tendency many of us have to over-analyze and over-think our goals, to over-research methods of achieving them, to procrastinate on ACTUALLY DOING ANYTHING. Sure, it helps Continue reading read more »

5 Motivational Podcasts to Help You Achieve You...

I love setting goals, but they can be so darn challenging to follow through on! The definition of goal setting is the process of identifying something that you want to accomplish and establishing measurable objectives and timeframes. It’s good to set goals as it helps you organize your time, your resources and your knowledge to improve The post 5 Motivational Podcasts to Help You Achieve Your Goals appeared first on Possess Your Success. read more »

We Have One Shot at This

I've been away for awhile and, admittedly, it has been an odd and difficult last several weeks. In this time though, I've had the fortune (some at least) of a new realization. This new - yet so obvious - notion is that we really just have one chance to get ourselves right. What kind of pressure is that? My grandmother very recently passed away after having lost a bout with pneumonia, a bout that largely occurred because of inactivity. For as amazing of a woman as she was (and she truly was), many of ... read more »

Festive parkruns and my first goal of 2016

Its been a busy festive season and I havent been too bothered about training regularly, but I have fitted in quite a few parkruns. My first parkrun of the holidays was at Southampton on Christmas Day. I took it as an opportunity to wear my new SOAS top (even if it is really a cycling [] read more »

What are your goals and dreams?

I think the name of my blog clearly explains my goal: Fat Girl to Ironman I am planning to complete an iron distance triathlon and am still hoping to lose a few more pounds along the way. I also have many dreams theyre not quite goals yet as I havent planned how I am [] read more »

Top 7 Productivity Apps I Cannot Live Without

In this technology age many of our jobs have become very flexible and much more efficient, yet somehow we still have too many things to do and too little time to do it. Fortunately, technology has again stepped up to help us manage our ever-demanding schedule. This article discusses the seven must-have productivity apps that The post Top 7 Productivity Apps I Cannot Live Without appeared first on Possess Your Success. read more »

Revisiting my goals for 2015

At the end of December 2014, I set out my goals for 2015, so I thought it was time for me to revisit them. Goal 1: I am going to eat healthy food for 20/21 meals and assess my progress at the end of 100 days (14th April). I hope that I will lose 14lbs [] read more »

Times are Tough, But Keep Pushing!

Wow, it's been way too long since I've written to you on Pursue Fit. Between the holidays, work getting crazy, and all sorts of other commitments, I've hardly found time to piece thoughts together either here or on our Twitter (@Pursue_Fit) for Pursue Fit's readers and followers. I can't promise it will be easier with the frenzy that December brings, but one thing I can assure you is that the training regimen has remained the same.It can be so darn difficult, but the same thoughts always pop back in my b... read more »

Your six step party season pre-tox plan

December is creeping ever closer, which means party season is nearly upon us. Cue late nights, boozy shenanigans and that seasonal ‘fitness amnesia’ that seems to strike without fail year on year. But not this time; this time, Im here to help you fight the cause of festive fatigue, rather than treating the symptoms after [] read more »

Pursue Fit Around the Clock

Hey readers!I appreciate all of the clicks and reads on this blog. In order to better connect with you, please feel free to reach out and connect to Pursue Fit anytime.You can email the blog at:[email protected] I'll take the time to read and reply to each of your emails and would love to hear from you about any of the following: Suggestions for the site New topics to cover 'Read-aheads' for future posts Posts you might like to submit You can also follow Pursue Fit on twitter with the [email protected] read more »

Positive Thinking – The Key to Success

Positive thinking can be defined as thinking good thoughts or being optimistic. Positive thinking involves being able to see the good things, even in something bad. It involves being able to turn off the negative thoughts and replace them with good thoughts. Positive thinking will allow you to avoid always going to the negative when ... Continue reading Positive Thinking The Key to Success read more »

Things I Have Learned — Lists of What Matters a...

Todays writing assignment for #Writing101 from the Blogging University is a post of Lists. The choices were things I like, things Ive learned, and things I wish. While this is primarily the 2nd choice, a bit of the 3rd will show up as well. While I have never claimed to be wise or especially smart More Things I Have Learned Lists of What Matters and What DoesNot read more »

A Path to Growth

I guess you could say that I am a joiner. I have always been one of those who signed up for memberships and dove into things without really knowing the history of the group, all of what it was involved with doing, or the other opportunities that might not be available due to my having More A Path toGrowth read more »

11 Hidden Signs That Fear is Holding You Back F...

How can I resist a website called Fearless Passsion, epecially when they post articles such as this one? This hits me right where I live, as I have several of these signs! In any case, I #amwriting. 11 Hidden Signs You Are Afraid to Write Filed under: General Sharing, reblogged, Writing Tagged: #amwriting, Fear, Goals, More 11 Hidden Signs That Fear is Holding You Back From Writing YourBook read more »

That Moment When… #1 (On Writing)

That Moment When You realize that the book youve been struggling to write has already been written. Several times. By experts more versed in the subject than you. Who are better writers than you. It seems there is no point in proceeding with the work. The deck is stacked against you. Success appears very unlikely. More That Moment When #1 (OnWriting) read more »

Business Communications: 3 ‘Rules’ For Effectiv...

As professionals, we need to ‘stand out’ to remain competitive – and thus relevant - in our careers. No one is excluded from this requirement: From the newly-appointed CEO, to the enthusiastic greenhorn, we constantly seek ways to update our skills, increase our knowledge and strengthen our portfolios. And globalisation - the interplay of international trade, technology transfer and socio-cultural exchanges in our daily lives - is to blame for this mad rush for professional development. This has beco... read more »

Business Communication: 3 ‘Rules’ For Effective...

As professionals, we need to ‘stand out’ to remain competitive – and thus relevant - in our careers. No one is excluded from this requirement: From the newly-appointed CEO, to the enthusiastic greenhorn, we constantly seek ways to update our skills, increase our knowledge and strengthen our portfolios. And globalisation - the interplay of international trade, technology transfer and socio-cultural exchanges in our daily lives - is to blame for this mad rush for professional development. This has beco... read more »

Why You Haven’t Been Able To Stick To Your Exer...

Setting unrealistic goals: Achieving a goal is not that difficult once you set your mind to it. To overcome this, one should create a mind-set for positive thinking, start to develop confidence and make a commitment to do exercise daily. Lack of planning: You should set your resolution of losing weight and have a diet chart or journal to track the weight you lose. Also, taking your measurements before and every 2 to 3 weeks is helpful. Any major goal needs a clear plan or outline showing Read more [...] ... read more »

Monday Morning Motivation: The power of running

This advert from Fleet Feet Sports really conveys the power of running: We run for different reasons. We have different goals. We come from different places. Yet, we are all on the same road one without a finish line. Where personal achievement, performance, and connection run together. The Power Of Running: Real Talk from [] read more »

Thoughtful Thursday: What are your dreams? #Ins...

Dont Let LIFE discourage you; everyone who got where he is had to BEGIN where he was. - Richard L. Evans #inspiration #encouragement #goals #quote #dreams What are your goals and dreams? Share with me in the comments and lets set our eyes on new heights for the future. Id love to share in your [] read more »

Why I'm a Better College Student Now (as a Pare...

Getting a college degree can help you provide a better future for your family. Even an associate degree, which can be earned in about two years at your local community college, can boost your earning potential by tens of thousands of dollars a year.I first attended college as a teenager fresh out of high school, but my dreams of getting a degree quickly went south. I wasn't a great student. I made a lot of mistakes. After only two semesters, I dropped out of community college and landed a series of minim... read more »

Art goals {2015}

I've started writing a few times then erased it all! I am finding it difficult today to blog something that's of worth. I am still at the art journaling challenge and am loving it!{It's not to late to join in on the fun, you can get all the info here} I'm working to do a canvas mixed media art piece right now. I guess what's really been on my mind is my art goals for the year! I have set a couple small goals and a couple big ones and I think it's okay to share them with the world. Why not? I want to take... read more »

goals for 2015

I have nothing really 'beauty' or 'fashion' related to talk about today so I thought that I would list out my goals for 2015 (like I said I would in my review of my 2014 'bucket list' which you can read here) and I saw Becca Rose list 15 of her goals so I thought why not do the same and give myself realistic andachievablegoals for this coming year. This was supposed to be 15 goals but honestly I couldn't think of that many and just decided to stick to however many I could think of! Now I am not one for... read more »

Tackle your goals

Don't disturb. Goals asleep.   When the year starts, you have your own tinsel box of goals, right? You burst on to the scene like a firecracker and poof... you know the outcome. Let's try the chess player model this year. Start with a game plan, know the patterns that can help or block you, then move skillfully to clinch your win.   Take a common broad goal such as better time management. If you have been struggling to manage your time, you are not going to become the punctual, efficient person immed... read more »

review of my 2014 bucket list & new goals for 2...

So for my first blog post of the new year (and my first one in a while due to lack of motivation and constantly working) I thought I would review the bucket list/goals that I set for myself this time last year and see what I achieved and what I didn't. I thought this would be a good idea to make myself feel a little bit more positive about things that I achieved within the year and set more goals for myself this year. My bucket list/goals post from last year can be found here. First of all on my list... read more »

New Year’s Resolutions – is it worth making any?

In 2015, I will be: spending more time with my family (whilst also making new friends and expanding my social circle) rekindling my passion for an old hobby (and trying my hand at something new) shifting that extra stone/14lbs/6kg and not giving into any unhealthy temptations whatsoever. Yeah, right. With an estimated 14.5 million adults [] read more »

Are You 3 Feet From Your Goal

He who has a firm will, creates his world,Goethe. People dont lack strength, they lack will, Victor Hugo. We always quit, when we are about 3 feet from our goals. You know there is one thing to want something, but Continue reading read more »

The 2 most powerful questions you can ask yours...

It’s time for some year-end reflection… I do this exercise around Thanksgiving. That gives me plenty of time to figure out how the answers to these two questions will factor into my plans for the New Year. As I always say, this is simple; not necessarily easy. Put aside a couple of hours to do [] read more »

BOOK PREVIEW: The Sensei Leader

A preview of Jims next book- The Sensei Leader “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” ~ John Quincy Adams Who is The Sensei Leader? The Sensei Leader is above one who fully embraces leadership one of the fundamental expressions of human relationships. [] read more »

Why you should still teach your kids to do thei...

Your son comes to you and says, “Someday, I’m going to play in the NFL.” What do you tell him? According to the NCAA, about 1 out of every 17 high school players will go on to play in college. From those, 1 of 50 will be drafted to an NFL team. That means that [] read more »

Why you should do your best anyway

I’ve said it myself “Why should I even try? I’m doing the best I can and nothing is happening anyway.” Have you found yourself in any of these situations?
 You prepped for a very promising job interview. In your mind- it was the perfect job and you were the perfect candidate. You even maxed your [] read more »

Ebola and The Truth – A serious disconnect

This is not a post on how to stop the spread of Ebola. I’ll leave that to the medical experts. There are some very important leadership lessons to be learned from the way we are dealing with the fears and facts surrounding the Ebola epidemic. #1 Trust and Transparency… Would you kill and burn your [] read more »

Letting Go to Move Ahead

Today’s post is inspired by an old friend… One of the first people I encountered when I started speaking and writing was Joan Sotkin, the founder of and author of Build Your Money Muscles. Joan is a terrific teacher and coach who helps people focus on their true potential. I haven’t spoken with Joan [] read more »

Monday Morning Motivation – 101 questions to as...

Do you reflect on your hopes and aspirations? Do you know how to ask yourself the right questions. This manifesto will help you to clarify your goals: Explore more visuals like this one on the webs largest information design community Visually. Are you going to make any small (or large) changes to your life [] read more »

Is It Writer’s Block or Creativity Block?

Staring at this blank white page almost makes me think I’ve had writers block for the past few months. Ignoring your blog is easy to blame on “I couldn’t think of anything to write!” Unfortunately, the truth is that I... The post Is It Writers Block or Creativity Block? appeared first on Somehow Chaotic. Tags: Facebook TweetThis Digg StumbleUpon Comments:0 (Zero), Be the first to leave a reply! You might be interested in this: 23 for 23: Run a 5K WEEKEND // The One Where I ... read more »

54 Buckets

Today is my birthday. By one year from today, I want to have accomplished the following things that are or could possibly be on my Bucket List one day:1. Publish at least one fiction book.2. Publish at least one non-fiction book.3. Plant a big enough garden to have one home-grown item every day for a year.4. Attend a blog conference.5. Open an Etsy shop.6. Have a booth at one of the many nearby festivals.7. Participate in a live theatre performance. (acting or writing).8. Be an Independent Director for M... read more »

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