I don’t really bother with New Year’s resolutions, but this being the Year of Courage, I do have plenty of goals set for 2012. That got me to thinking about the difference between people who like to set goals and those who like to accomplish them. It’s easy to talk about what you’d like to do, but to actually act on those plans is challenging.
So, I thought I’d share some strategies that have helped me be a doer and not just a planner in the past: Read more
Hi folks! There’s so much going on here at Team Kiki and I can’t wait to share details with you in the coming weeks. Remember, this is the Year of Courage; and I’m taking that to heart – for you and me.
In my last post, I asked if you’d assembled your tribe – you know, those friends, staff, mentors, inspirations, etc., who will help you get to your own personal mountaintop of dreams. In this post, I want to quickly remind you of the importance of YOU being on your team, as well. Read more
We are social beings. Even the shyest people still need a certain level of human interaction; it is a part of our natures.
So, it makes sense that when we’re working on our dreams and life goals we’ll need to rely – sometimes heavily – on other people. We’ll need people for emotional support, understanding, and inspiration; we’ll need them for guidance, knowledge, tools, and resources. Read more
In my previous post, I claimed this as the year of courage – for me and for you. Well, I’m sure some of you may have thought, “Yeah, sure Kiki. Saying it’s the year of courage is easy. Making it the year of courage is the difficult part.”
And you’re right; it takes work to be courageous, to take chances and see your dreams become goals and then reality. But that work begins, like many life changes, in our own minds.
The change begins with knowing your end game and taking steps to set it in motion. Read more