By Stephanie Ciccarelli
February 11, 2010
Want to take steps forward in your career but can't because you feel overwhelmed?
Do you know that you are capable of doing more and reaching higher?
Where there's a will, there's a way!
If you've been procrastinating or treading water for too long, know that you can still achieve your goals and succeed.
Have I piqued your interest?
Read some excellent advice on how you can incrementally achieve your goals courtesy of Joe Cipriano.
Encouraging and straightforward, Joe Cipriano says, "Work on your goal at least one hour a day. Whenever I identify a new goal, I utilize this same strategy. It's very difficult to keep to that relentless schedule of focusing on your dream or goal and doing something to move it forward each and every day. But I have found that if you have that commitment and attitude, you will succeed."
à¹ Identify a goal
à¹ Commit to working toward your goal
à¹ Work toward your goal for at least one hour a day
à¹ Have a good attitude
à¹ Be prepared for success!
Here's a neat image I found that illustrates how you can begin your journey and rise above challenges to achieve your goals:
To add to the great advice Joe has already shared, I recommend that you keep a daily journal so that you can chronicle and track your progress. This could be a private journal, or if you'd like help from others to keep you accountable, you could write about your progress on a blog or post updates to family and friends via social networks.
If you'd like to share strategies for goal setting, keeping yourself motivated and achieving your goals I welcome your comments here on the blog!
Looking forward to hearing from you,
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