Tag : Goals

For A Bigger Impact, Do The Little Things

Setting goals and standards. Implementing actions. Measuring results and making improvements. These are some of the major benchmarks of success in business and in life. But those who reach the highest peaks of personal and professional development consistently do countless little things each day, too. Here are some seemingly small ideas with big potential to bring more rewarding relationships and achievements your way. When you don’t know something, admit it and ask for more information….

A Rallying Cry For The New Year: Ready, Set, GOALS! By Steve Fales

Successful people have goals. There is virtually no exception. What’s more, they write their goals, keep them top of mind, and use them as a compass for life. Here is what some truly high achievers said about goals: “Set your goals high, and don’t stop till you get there.” – Bo Jackson, sports legend “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.” – Anthony Robbins, world-class motivational speaker “Unless you…

Resolutions That Mean Business: Giving Customers More Of What They Want In 2014

With the New Year at hand, many people are busy prioritizing their resolutions – those personal pledges made with the best of intentions. Lose weight, quit smoking, exercise, volunteer, pay off debt, get organized. But what about New Year’s goals for your business? As 2014 launches us all on a fast track of new challenges and opportunities, one business reality is blazingly clear: Companies who wish to have a competitive edge must build on past…

‘Tis The Season … To Set Goals

  It’s that time of year when people start thinking about what they want to accomplish over the next twelve months.  And as all the research shows, actually recording those desires as written goals gives us a much better chance of accomplishing them. The format in which a goal is written is more important than it might seem.  To illustrate, you might enjoy seeing the text of an actual e-mail I received from a young…

Confidence Is Crucial

When it comes to succeeding in our professional and personal lives, confidence is one of the most important qualities we can have. We’ve all been around people who exude this winning trait. Perhaps it is the surgeon whose reassuring manner puts you at ease, the professor in complete control of his or her subject matter, or the co-worker you can always count on for an insightful answer. Experts tell us that these individuals are bound…

Helping You Stay On The Road To Your Goals | Newsletter

In our latest marketing newsletter, we tackle issues related to goal setting, calls-to-action within your marketing and social check-in services. We also profile one of our team members, to give you the opportunity to learn more about AdServices. As with all of our newsletters, we try to provide you with advice and insights that can strengthen your business and help you generate bottom-line results. Contact us today to get your copy! In This Issue: Behavioral…

Productivity? Yes… And No.

People often feel that the word “Yes” is the most important factor of meeting goals, achieving personal growth, and being productive.  For example, we think we have to say “Yes, I’ll exercise.  Yes, I’ll save money.  Yes, I’ll read that book.   Yes, I’ll call that person.”  Etc.   But here’s a secret that great implementers share… The word “No” is actually more important than “Yes.”