Last week I was interviewed by Brad Simkins on his Blog Radio Talk Show. As we enter a New Year, I thought the topic is an appropriate choice to focus upon. So, here is a link to that recording.
Success comes to those people who can manage their time according to their priorities. It is due to the fact that they can finish doing important tasks at a certain period of time without rushing things and without becoming reckless. Thus, coming up with remarkable results is no surprise to them. Time is one of those things that you can never get back. Everyone starts the day with the same amount of time. We all measure time in the same way – minutes, hours, days, weeks and so on. Yet, some people seem to “spin their wheels” while others gain the traction required to accomplish their goals. Many of us set goals at the beginning of a New Year, at our annual performance reviews, or when something major happens, and we want to assess where we are and where we want to go. Yet sometimes, even with the best of intentions, we grind to a halt with these goals. Before we realize it, weeks and months have gone by – and we still haven’t achieved the results we wanted. Why is this? After all, we all have the best intentions and the timing (New Year, new start) couldn’t be better. The problem may lie in the fact that we place a huge amount of pressure on ourselves. With all the hype and the pressure, it’s easy to fail. Learn instead how to set yourself up for success, during this interview. Use the approach that you will learn in this interview, to turn your vision and dreams into reality. And you can give yourself the best chance of successfully achieving your goals and your dreams!
Once again, you can click here to listen to this recording.
I’d love to hear your thoughts and would be glad to answer any questions that you may have. Namaste!