Now that you have a vision of where you are going, it is important to set goals that move you in the direction of your vision. I like to make sure they are SMART goals. You may have heard this acronym before, but it stands for: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time-Bound. If your goal is to have a healthy body, for example, you might set a goal of losing 20 pounds by October 31st, 2010, or you might set a goal of
The next step in this journey to greater success and fulfillment is establishing your personal vision.  A personal vision is grounded in the present and includes every significant aspect of your life, who you are, and what you desire in your life. A great place to begin this is to start with a deep understanding of your own natural talents, abilities and preferences. There are several tools to do this, but one I really like is called Strengths Finder 2.0, and it will give you a clear idea of your top 5 strengths and the kinds of activities you will undertake with mastery.  Building a vision that plays to your strengths

Vision is the core of motivation, power and success. How can you create yours?...