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You Should Have Realistic Goals and Work Towards Them

Having the virtue of patience will make you achieve great success

Having the virtue of
patience will make you
achieve great success

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Nothing comes easy. Opportunities are hard to get so when you get one you should utilize it to the fullest. In order to achieve success, one usually sets the goals and works hard towards achieving them. You should practice on the things you’re best in and be determined to accomplishing them.

In order to achieve greatness, you should always set the bars high and toil and moil to get the success. A few times, you might get lucky and be successful very fast, but in most cases, for you to accomplish your goals; you have to struggle through difficult times.

Many people set unrealistic goals and also want to hurriedly achieve them. This results to disappointments because you get frustrated when things don’t happen the way you’d expected. You should always be patient, set realistic goals that are attainable and work hard towards them.

However, you can set high goals that are realistic; you should be patient and work extremely hard towards their achievement. You will as well get some smaller success as you keep working towards achieving your set goals that will motivate you. When you have the virtue of patience, its easy to understand where you are heading to, analyze the challenges and look for proper ways to tackle the barriers.

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Be Flexible To Achieve Your Goals

Be flexible to achieve success

Be flexible to achieve success

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.

Every day the world changes, you should be flexible in life because nothing remains the same. It’s important that you don’t allow yourself to be left behind while you’re still exactly the same.

To get success, you should always be flexible. Try new things if your old ways of doing them is not giving any results. You must never get too rigid in your thinking, actions, or even your beliefs.  You’ll be hurting yourself if you don’t want to change in life. Everybody is capable of changing therefore you should be flexible with the changing times.

Even if you don’t agree with everything that’s happening around you, you should be able to move along with it. You should be flexible, don’t go against the changing world because you’ll definitely lose. It’s better to embrace change, and continue to grow and develop personally.

As the world changes, it doesn’t mean that you can’t stand up for what you think is right, you should also be willing to accept the things that you can never have control of.  It’s better for you to face the challenges and never permit yourself to just sit about complaining, when you may well be working hard to achieve your goals.

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Want to Reach Your Goals? Reshape Your Attitude

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

We all have goals, passions and standards that we want to see reflected in our life. Most of what you accomplish is due to your attitude. Here are five reasons why:

  1. Confidence matters. How you feel about yourself makes a huge difference in whether or not you’re going to cross another item off your list.
  2. Be persistent. The difference between a leader who reaches their goals and those who don’t is that setbacks don’t discourage the former.
  3. See the big picture. Lifestyle design isn’t something you achieve in a week, it takes a lifetime. Chip away at your goals a little at a time and they’ll be yours before you know it.
  4. Always re-evaluate. This isn’t necessarily applied only to what your goals are, but the methods you use to achieve them. It can also mean that you re-evaluate whether or not you’ve set the right goals, or if it’s time to create a new list. Go with the flow and change when opportunities arise. Refusing to change rarely brings success.
  5. Think realistically. If you’re not cutting a six-figure income and you’re nearing your 50s, chances are multiple properties and winters in Florida aren’t in the picture for you. Be practical about who you are, what your skills and capabilities are, and how to retire in comfort and style.

If you approach your goals in the right way like a successful business motivational speaker does, you have a much higher chance of reaching them.

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Why a Keynote Speaker Shouldn’t Make Concrete Goals

Keynote speakers know that the best goals are flexible like water instead of rigid like mountains.

A keynote speakers knows that the best goals are flexible like water rather than rigid like stones.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.

When it comes to designing the lifestyle you want for yourself, keynote speaker Andy Core says that the goals you plan shouldn’t be concrete or rigid. Instead, he recommends making plans that have a definite structure, but flexible surroundings.

  • Rigidity can prevent you from adapting to change. The more closely and stubbornly you stick to something, the more risk you run of not being able to grab an opportunity that may actually benefit you more in the long run.
  • Being inflexible may leave you behind. If you’re planning an investment fund in your 20s where all you can afford to put aside is $100 a month and you don’t up the amount when you move onto a higher-paying job, your lack of savings may mean the difference between a 2-mile walk to the beach from your house instead of 20 feet.
  • You may become stuck on the incidentals. By making concrete goals, a keynote speaker will warn that the ease with which you accomplish the smaller goals make give you an inflated sense of accomplishment. Instead, constantly look at your life; see how it’s going, where you’re heading, and what you need to change.

By making a skeleton list of your goals instead of rigid, fully fleshed out ones, a keynote speaker says that you may reach your lifestyle design realization sooner rather than later.

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Practice What You Preach to Improve Productivity in the Workplace

You must practice what you preach and give employees someone to look up to if you expect good productivity in the workplace.

Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance

We’ve all been there; we are told by our employer that the company has certain values that we all need to push towards in order to maintain productivity in the workplace; or that we should conduct ourselves in a certain way in the office, only to discover that the manager regularly disregards their own advice. The response of the employees tends to vary from disillusionment to anger; why should I do this when not even the boss does it?

The Consequences

Clearly, this is counterproductive, and many businesses have suffered because what they say is out of step with what they do. For a company to succeed, it needs everybody to be working together to achieve the aims of the organization.

What Can Be Done?

The solution is very simple; practice what you preach. If you decide on a particular set of aims or philosophy that your company is going to adhere to, make sure that you stick to it. The biggest advantage to this approach is that it will ensure that your employees are able to remain focused and productivity in the workplace is maintained; if your aims are constantly changing, they provide little guidance to the employee who is trying to solve problems. By keeping your message consistent, your organization maintains its integrity; the values that your company professes are borne out in observable behavior.

Sometimes it may be difficult to stay true to the aims of your company. However, you will find your employees engage with the company far more if you remain consistent. The result? You will have a workforce that maintains productivity in the workplace.

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