So now you have the goal, you need the plan. To do this, look at where you are now and then look at all the things you would need to build the life you are picturing. For instance, you might find that you need a certain amount of money to make your dream of traveling happen.
In that case, you need to look at the options available to you to make that money. Or maybe you want to achieve a certain thing in your career and you realize that in order to get there, there is a certain amount of experience you need to acquire first. How can you acquire said experience?
There are many similar examples of how you might go after a particular goal but the thing to remember in every case is that you need to focus on small steps that are just ahead of you. That might mean the next small promotion. It might mean a small upgrade to your home. It might mean developing any form of small income.
With that in mind, you’re then going to break these smaller goals down even further....
College Bound Parents! I am sure you have heard the saying, ‘you cannot pour from an empty cup.’ This is why you need to learn to take care of yourself. Keeping yourself motivated is an inside job. You might do an excellent job at creating the right environment and getting the requisite resources to succeed, but if you are not taking care of yourself, you will not be able to stay motivated for very long. It is hard to keep pushing yourself to do more when your body is already falling apart under the pressure.
Achieving success at the expense of your health is not a very wise idea. It is equally unwise to neglect your family and friends in the process. While it is true that sacrifices will need to be made, your health and relationships should not be one of them. In short, it will be much easier to motivate a healthy mind and body.
Pay careful attention to these 5 areas that are often neglected in the pursuit of success:
How, when, and...
Almost every time I have my initial conversation regarding the college-admissions pathway, the student, mother, or family have the same look in their eyes as a deer does standing by the side of the road. That look is one of confusion, fear, dread, and always, a lack of confidence in the journey ahead.
We raise our children to leave the nest, no question, but when this same child is now a young adult, searching for the next chapter in their young life, it is overwhelming for all involved. We all want our child's dream to come true; the dream of the perfect school in the perfect city with the perfect roommate. No one can promise that this will happen. NO ONE! What can happen is that someone can be there to guide your family and child on the right path, and that is Amazing Journey College Counseling.
In my own family, we had many college journeys. Additionally, I have over twenty years of experience at two of the top schools in this country: ...
Life becomes more worth living when you know that for every good thing that you did, a reward is bound to come your way. By this time, you already know that stopping your addictions is possible only if you will really put your heart and mind to it. The last but definitely not the least tool for you to completely free yourself from your bad habits is learning to reward yourself for every accomplishment that you make.
Through meaningful rewards, you can be more motivated to do better the next day and you will strive even harder to make sure that you will get another great reward in the future. With this kind of inspiration and motivation, you will have the drive to become better and better every day as you finish your journey to complete recovery from your addiction.
Every Accomplishment Deserves a Good Reward
Reward systems are being used in many situations today. At home, in schools, and even in workplaces, a reward system is considered a helpful tool for people to...