Goal Setting

“By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be. Put your future in good hands—your own.”

Mark Victor Hansen

Do you have goals? Of course you do, everyone does, but how do you track whether or not you are on the right path?

I use to track my path solely in my own head, it worked for a while until I had so many goals, plans, ideas, and dreams that I lost track easily. I was swayed back and forth between the countless tasks I had to complete, never sticking to one. How do you track these properly? I finally found a way that worked for me. I created a work sheet and kept tweaking it until it fit my goals well.

Below is a template and an example we have created to help you track your goals better. We have left it in excel format so you can easily tweak what works for you and adjust what doesn’t. There is no golden rule or absolute spreadsheet that works for everyone. Give ours a try and let us know what you like and what you don’t.

Derek Burbidge, Manager of Sales & Marketing

If you have any questions about the spreadsheet please contact Derek directly at [email protected]

Work/Life Balance Resources (Part 5/5)

Work/Life Balance Resources (Part 5/5)

Our past 4 days have hopefully brought you tons of value and a better perspective on what “work/life balance” looks like for you. Here are a few more internal & external resources to help you out because we do not profess to have it all figured out.

The Work/Life Balance Conundrum (Part 2/5)

The Work/Life Balance Conundrum (Part 2/5)

The biggest issue with the self-help industry is the moulds that are created and the box that you are seemingly being forced into. I almost want to say “unfortunately” here but rather I will choose the word “thankfully” because thankfully there is no such thing as “one size fits all” when it comes to a solution.