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How to Set Realistic Goals for a Strong Year

Have your goals failed before you got started? Fear kills dreams before they begin. Can you find the time? Is your attention, energy, and focus tied up with too many goals. In the book Unstoppable, Cynthia Kersey found that only 3% of people have goals and 1% write them down. There are countless reasons why someone fails to meet their objectives in life.

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is to try just one more time.” ~ Thomas Edison

Goal setting is not like throwing darts. You do not step up to the line, give the target a quick look, and hope for the best. Goal setting is a process of anticipating, thinking and synchronizing.

Benefits of Goal Setting

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The Secret To Finding Purpose In Meaningless Work

The Secret to Finding Purpose in Meaningless Work

This is a guest post by Jon Beaty. He is a life coach and licensed clinical social worker who helps people thrive in their faith relationships and work. He blogs at

Why do people who’ve earned millions–even billions–of dollars continue to work? Is there any meaning in that? What’s the purpose in working when a person has managed to accumulate unimaginable wealth?

Some might do it for greed. Others for power. But these desires alone aren’t enough to motivate a person to work when they don’t have to. 

Let me explain.

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