Friday, December 02, 2005


I like to end the year off by focusing on my completed goals. It lets me see what I have accomplished for the year. Sometimes we need to know what we have completed to be able to move forward.

If you didn’t complete any of your goals, don’t feel bad, you have a whole new year.

Take some time write down your goals for 2006. Make sure they are realistic and not something you will take time to strive for. Take baby steps, don’t leap out or you’ll never do it. Make time to write. If its five minutes a day its better than no time at all.

Below are few articles to help you with your goals.

Writing Your Goals And Objectives

Right on Target: Setting Goals that Work

How to Create Terrific Writing Goals—And Achieve Them!

How to Get There from Here: The Magic of Goals

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