24 Hour Sparkle Coaching Slumber Party Debrief.
"I want to improve" that's a very broad statement, not very smart goals. It's like saying I want more money.
Let's talk about smart goals, I set SMART goals all the time. So whether it's for a personal reason, or for a professional reason, it is so important to set smart goals.
Is that goal hard to reach? It's not usually a lack of effort, it has more to do with a lack of structure. Structure on how you actually set those goals. When you're setting your goals, think about the acronym smart.
A SMART goal is specific thing, it is measurable, it is attainable, and actionable. It is realistic, and it is also time bound. Alright, so I'll go into each of these little letters and what they need. Let's think about actually thinking about setting a goal. These letters will make your goal more achievable, rather than broad statements. So for example,
"I want to lose weight."
"I want to get more healthy."
"Oh, I want to lose,...
The GDR new laws and how to implement them into your business
I thought I would share a thought for thoughtful Thursday.
Today we talk about strategies you can use to turn mistakes into life lessons that's going to help in future.
This can be uncomfortable and hard to do. If you make a mistake it's important to acknowledge the error in your ways.
Quite often, what we can tend to do is we can downplay the mistakes, because it's so much more comfortable. If you're in a leadership role, you may say things like
"I'm so sorry, that you feel that way," or you may say,
"It's unfortunate that this has happened."
What you're doing is you're minimising your responsibility. It is much easier to minimise your responsibility in the mistake that has happened.
Before we can learn to turn our mistakes into a lesson, we need to stand up. We need to acknowledge the error that we may have made by saying something like,
"you know what I messed up,' or "I could have done better."
By doing that. you are allowing change to...
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