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January 18, 2018

8.  Think SMART.


Ensure each goal you set fits into the SMART goal framework. This is a proven and effective way to setting goals that you will actually be able to achieve.

S – Specific

M – Measurable

A – Achievable

R – Realistic

T – Timely

If you would like to find out how we can help you achieve your goals:


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January 15, 2018

7.  Link small goals to higher level goals.

Set small goals that are intrinsically linked to your higher level goals. Break these down into principles that can easily be applied for everyday life and lead to your success. For example if your grand goal is that you want to be the fittest that you’ve ever been, the overarching principle is your dedication to your...

August 17, 2017

6.  Find an accountability buddy.


One of the factors that prevent us from accomplishing goals is a lack of accountability. Find someone, other than yourself, who is aware of your goals and will push you to achieve them. This person needs to be someone you trust to hold you accountable to your best self, and pull you up when you’re not achieving

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June 23, 2017

5.  Develop good habits. FAST

Maintaining good habits on a day-to-day basis affects our ability to accomplish bigger goals.Think about the actions you need to take to reach a goal, and turn these actions into daily rituals.

For example if your goal is to get fit, you need to drag yourself out of bed 10 days in a row to exercise. Once you have done this repeatedly...

May 11, 2017

3. Understand what’s holding you back:

Before you start working on accomplishing your goals, reflect on what has held you back from achieving goals in the past. You need to be true and honest with yourself here. Write down the factors that have been limiting you in a journal or talk about them with friends and family. If you can understand what might prevent you...

May 11, 2017

4. Chunk big goals into smaller steps.

Often we don’t reach goals because we get overwhelmed by how big they look. By chunking them down into smaller steps our goals become more manageable and we can gradually work towards achieving them.

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February 8, 2017

2.  Set purposeful goals.

Your goals needs to mean actually something to you. If they don’t then they are just goals with no purpose. Ensuring each goal you set is meaningful will make you more likely to achieve them

When you start action your goals, the key thing is to just START. The first step is always the hardest, but once you have taken the first step in th...

January 2, 2017

1. Look at goals through the lens of principals

Goals should always be looked at through the lens of principles and rituals. Often when we try and make rapid change in our life or business we can set ourselves up for failure as we are attempting to tell ourselves that life is black and white and we must have a start and stop mentality. The question we all should...

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In the west the transitions of a woman's life are largely ignored or even shunned. This forum provides an opportunity to connect and share with other women to explore and celebrate the various life stages womanhood from puberty to menopause.

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Saturday 9th July 2016

Emerald Community Hall

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