What does it look like when times get hard and you’re not sure if you’re going to be able to achieve your goal anymore? How do you stay committed and achieve the goal?
The purpose of a goal is to be appropriate in the moment. Every year we set goals around the areas of our life that matter to us, and when we get to the end of the year we look back and say we’ll do better next year—especially around finances. The problem is that, until you
What do you do when life throws you a curveball and forces you to reinvent the way that you work? Every one of us experienced that in 2020, and just about every one of us has struggled with this transition. But for everyone who was able to attend The ONE Thing Virtual Goal Setting Retreat,
When we originally launched The ONE Thing podcast, we understood the importance of having weekly conversations with people who were living The ONE Thing—the areas they were succeeding in, and the areas they were struggling with. While the principles are simple, it isn’t always easy. The purpose of a goal is not the result, it’s
As leaders, It’s easy to get stuck in the idea that we always have to have the answers—that we always have to be prepared with the perfect response to deliver wisdom to our teams. But the thing about true leadership is that what you don’t say is just as important as what you do.
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