Tag: Goal setting

Beyond SMART

Goal Setting for Entrepreneurs If there’s one thing we know about goal setting, they have to be SMART, right? After all, that’s what we’ve been told for years. The only thing that matters is that your goals are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely. While that looks great on paper—and clearly it’s easy to remember—it …

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Video: How To Set Dynamic Goals

Here’s another video business tip. It’s called “How to Set Dynamic Goals” and in it I give you 4 tips for making your goals more dynamic and easier to accomplish, including how to “turbo-charge” them!  Watch below.  

Guest Post: Building Your Visibility and Authority

“Building Your Visibility and Authority in three simple steps” by Guest Blogger, Annemarie Cross (Note from Jeannette Koczela: I found this article to be so valuable that I wanted to use it as a guest post.) Building visibility so you become a well respected and trusted authority in your field is something every ambitious entrepreneur should be …

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How to Manage your Time, Set Goals, and Be Successful! By Vicky Scrivner

How to Manage your Time, Set Goals, and Be Successful! By Guest Blogger Vicky Scrivner Time Management is a useful tool for all of us in the business world. But how does time management, setting goals, and planning fit together? Individually the three have different meanings, but collectively they take on a new perspective. Time …

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Heart’s Desire Goals Can Be Realistic Too

Goal-setting seems to be a hot topic right now, especially at the beginning of the year. Recently I posted a blog about choosing heart’s desires goals versus realistic goals and received over 100 responses on LinkedIn regarding that subject. The main consensus was that they need to be a little of both.  When you are …

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Should Goals Be Realistic Or Your Heart’s Desire?

The New Year is coming up and we’re supposed to be setting goals…30-day goals; 90-day goals; one-year goals.  But as I ponder what I want to write down for my goals some questions arise that I can’t answer. For instance, do I write down what I really want, or what I think is realistic?  By …

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