We all have goals. Most of the time we spend thinking about our goals, we seem to strive to find more negative reasons as to why not to pursue them than positive ones. The following questions are a preliminary step in discovering what your goals are, who you are, and how you feel towards change.
On a piece of paper, jot down the answers to the following questions. As you answer these questions, you may have more of your own that come up, just write Read more
“There is no real security except for whatever you build inside yourself.” – Gilda Radner
QUESTION YOUR BUSINESS AND LIFE
Pick an activity or project you are doing. What are the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats? SWOT it!
Any time you approach a new project or new ideas, SWOT it. SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Take a piece of paper and make 2 columns with a horizontal line through the middle. Put the 4 SWOT titles on each quadrant and brainstorm these topics for your new projects.
These help one to have a balanced perspective on the project.
A man carries his success or his failure with him… it does not depend on outside conditions.” – Ralph Waldo Trine