Why do we want to set goals?
This quote answers the WHY question perfectly.
We all have goals: We want to matter. We want to be important.
We want to have freedom and power to pursue our creative work.
We want respect from our peers and recognition for our accomplishments.
Not out of vanity or selfishness, but of an earnest desire to fulfill our personal potential. Ryan Holiday
Goal setting is not just writing our goals, planning our activities, taking actions and voila, we achieve our goals.
We can’t control the outcome, but we can certainly control our mind and our actions.
We can’t control the wind, but we can adjust the sail.
In the previous post, I talked about stumbling blocks that can sabotage you from achieving your goals.
Today, you are going to learn the x factors which can possibly help you achieve your goals. Good news for you! 😀
It’s almost the end of year 2018 and if you are among 3% of people who set their goals and expectations for year 2019, congratulations! 🙂
We all know that SMART GOAL is the most popular tool that can help people set goals more achievable and timely. However, in the process of achieving goals, there are some stumbling blocks standing between you and your goals. Stumbling blocks can hinder or take us away from our goals. I usually observe them from my own experiences and also from clients whom I coach. Here are the list of most common stumbling blocks which stand between you and your goals.
I understand that you try to be self-sustaining, hoping to work it out by yourself.
You don’t want to share your challenges, hope and goals with someone else because you don’t trust them. They may belittle or disagree with you.
I was in the same situation previously in building my career online.
I always said, “I can do it by myself. I don’t need any help. I can ask uncle Google. Google always gives me the answer”
I believe that having someone to support you is crucial. Knowledge and information themselves can’t give you the solutions. Humans can’t operate like a machine which can process the information because humans are more intelligent and at the same time, they are emotional too.
How can coaching discovery help you?
Coaching discovery is for people who are new to coaching and want to experiment coaching. Most people keep their ideas and problems to themselves, it is an opportunity for you to share your challenges and hope to a coach. Because the nature of coaching is non-judgment and confidential, you will let go of your fear and telling whatever you need to tell without the fear of being judged.
How would you like to lead yourself and others?🙂
Leadership becomes part of our life without we even realize it. We can’t run away from it. We all have an innate capability of leadership if we search for it.
From the moment you stop leading yourself, you lead your life to spiral downward.
Whether you are a leader in your family circle, an organizer of a small gathering for friends, a leader in an organization or at workplace, you still play a role as a leader.
When I was young, I didn’t take up any leadership roles at school. When I was working, I was appointed as a coordinator. That was my first experience with leadership. I needed to collaborate with people in order to get the jobs done. I realize that leadership plays a role in my life and in my work. As a mother, I’m leading my children. In my work as a coach consultant, I show my integrity and responsibility for my clients.
People of all ages have a tendency to be entrepreneurial with the technology and Internet. People are more creative to generate ideas, to make products or to create services that help others.
The good sides about being an entrepreneur is we work independently on our own although we can create a team. If you are doing it alone, get a support. Even Steve Jobs is not doing it alone, he has a coach to help him. We are the initiator. We do what we love, and we love what we do. We can apply our own ideas to make products or services which make an impact for people. We have the freedom and there is no limit of what we can do.
I just recently installed SSL for my website. I have seen that many business owners or website owners haven’t secured their website yet with SSL.
With SSL, visitors will feel safe to browse your website. You create trust for your visitors.
So, what is SSL? This SSL definition is from SSL website.
SSL stands for Standard Security technology, for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral. SSL handles sensitive information of your customers particular such as names, phone numbers, emails, addresses and credit card numbers.
With SSL certificate, your website will have address URL which starts with HTTPS instead of HTTP.
Sunday, June 18 is the father’s day.
Often, Father is the symbol of superpower.
Although my late father passed away 8 years ago, I have good memories of him.
I see my late father as a person who always tried to make the right choices because he was the pillar of the family.
In coincidence with Father’s day is also the ever entertaining movie, Despicable me 3.:-)
On this father’s day, I invite you to reflect on the invisible power, our Superpower.
Gru is well-known as a villain or the most despicable person. Despite of being a villain, he also has a superpower of kindness after he met the cute kids from the orphanage. He changed his heart after meeting those kids.
I believe that everyone has superpowers.
Have you ever done something extraordinary and you felt at the peak? Yes, you had a superpower at that moment. However, you need a consistency and efforts to make it permanently.