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The start of another year has rolled around and a lot of attention is focussed on setting goals.  A lot of us do this every year but how many of us follow through in achieving those goals?  Not very many, I’m afraid.  A large part of […]

The start of another year has rolled around and a lot of attention is focussed on setting goals.  A lot of us do this every year but how many of us follow through in achieving those goals?  Not very many, I’m afraid.  A large part of that problem is not having a good system in place to help us set realistic goals, goals we can work towards every day of the year.  Michael Hyatt of the Working Smart web site has published a good article that shows us how to set those goals and actually follow through.  This is an excellent read with simple but effective tips that will aid anyone who wants to make sure their daily routine includes progress towards the longer term objectives that are often overlooked. 

  1. 43 Things is a pretty cool new site that helps you create and manage a list of your goals. It’s already got a good community started. It’s easy to browse through other people’s goals, add your own, and make posts about them.

    Check out the FAQ and Zeitgeist:

    http://www.43things.com/about/view/faq
    http://www.43things.com/zeitgeist/

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  2. Hi Brian, thanks for reminding me. 43 is one of my favorite stops.

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