Category Archives: Goal Setting

Time Management Hacks

How to Get More Done – The One Hack to Time Management

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We all have moments where we want to get more done. Whether that be to finish a new project, execute on a task or travel to the place we’ve dreamed about for so many years. We have good intentions, but we don’t always follow through.

But there is a solution, a nifty little trick that can help you get more done and be accountable. It’s called Parkinson’s Law.

Parkinson’s Law states that any task will take exactly the amount of time that has been allotted for it. Read More

New Years Goals

7 Ways to Make Your Goals Stick in 2016

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At Christmas it seems like you can never get away from John Lennon’s song “So This Is Christmas.

“And so this is Christmas and what have you done? Another year over, and a new one just begun.”

This song has become synonymous with the year ending. Every time I hear it, it triggers a series of thoughts that makes me think back and reflect on the past year. It makes me think back to all the goals I have achieved and the ones I didn’t. Read More

Why You Fail to Change

The Slide – 5 Reasons You Fail to Change

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It’s interesting how some people make swift changes in their lives, while others struggle to make even small progress. Why does change come so easily to some, but with such difficulty to others?

Over the last 6 years of my life, I’ve studied a variety materials related to human behaviour and change. I’ve worked on implementing a variety of new habits and skills into my life. Sometimes change has come quite rapidly, and other times to no avail.

Throughout out my studies of human behavior, neuroscience and habitual change, I’ve realized we fall short in the same areas over and over again.

Let me share the 5 most common errors I’ve observed and come across in my studies:

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