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New Fishing Goals for 2021, Preview #3

  Comes from the crappie category and I have already achieved it. Every crappie I catch from now until the end of 2021 will be a new personal best for the number of crappies caught in a year  [Author: [email protected] (Basspastor)]
Tags: Goals, Sport, Fishing, Personal Best, Fishing Goals 2021, Fishing Goals Achieved, Personal Best Crappie Count


Fishing Goals for 2021, Preview #2

 One of my new goals for 2021 is to catch a fish in every month of the year.  I didn't wet a line in January or February in 2020. I didn't catch a fish in four months of 2019. I didn't catch a fish in April of 2018. So 2017 was the last time I caught a fish in all 12 months. [Author: [email protected] (Basspastor)]
Tags: Goals, Sport, Fishing, Fishing Goals 2021


Fishing Goals for 2021 Preview #1

I am planning on publishing my fishing goals for 2021 on March 1st. I think I will preview a few of my new goals for this year before I release them in their entirety next Monday.  I did my first fishing goal list here at Bass Pundit back in 2006. I didn't blog another list of goals until 2016. I have done it every year since always releasing them in March.Under Technique & Tackle Goals I plan on adding 7 new goals for 2021. Among them are catching fish on at least 100 different lures, catchin...
Tags: Goals, Sport, Fishing, Sullivan, Popper, Sullivan Lake, Berkley Frenzy Popper, Fishing Goals 2021


Self Care: A Recommittment to Fitness, Wellness, and Healthy Eating

Yes, even trainers at times need to self-evaluate and recommit to their own fitness and wellbeing. Six years ago I turned 50. That year I committed to focusing on my own fitness and running. It was 2015 and, that year I ran 4 marathons, I lost about 20lbs, and felt awesome. In the 6 years since, my focus shifted. I lost both of my parents (my Dad to cancer and my Mom to Alzheimer's). The pandemic hit and my business was closed for 5 months then reopened, but with a fraction of the business. Ha...
Tags: Health, Wellness, Fitness, Goals, Sport, Running, Run, Wellbeing, Self Care, Reinvention, Running Coach, Runner, Runnerdude, Runnerdudesfitness, RunGreensboro, Focus On You


Can Being Competitive Lead to a More Successful Life?

It’s common knowledge that competitiveness leads to success.  Some of the most accomplished people of our time like Steve Jobs were known for being hyper-competitive perfectionists. Ambitious people go far in life because they’re always trying to be the best version of themselves. They don’t accept failure and have the level of motivation necessary to achieve their goals.  To encourage you to embrace your competitive streak, here are four reasons why being driven leads to a better life.  ...
Tags: Steve Jobs, Life, Goals, Miscellaneous, Marketing, Mark Cuban, Harry Potter, Jk Rowling, Mindset, Oprah, Michael Bloomberg


Why setting high expectations is key to success as an entrepreneur, according to an investor and management expert

Successful entrepreneurs focus on the big picture and long-term goals. DragonImages/Getty Richard Koch is an author, investor, and former management consultant and entrepreneur. He says the key to success is to set very high expectations that are tied to a specific mission. These expectations are self-fulfilling and will lead you to accomplish more than you thought possible.    Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Eighteen classes of schoolchildren were tested for their ...
Tags: Entrepreneurship, Goals, America, Entrepreneur, Success, Trends, Strategy, Winston Churchill, Expectations, Intuit, Nordic, Boston Consulting Group, Leonardo da Vinci, Richard Koch, Bruce Henderson, Contributor


How Setting a Half-Assed Goal Can Help You Win

You probably think you have to go all in to achieve a BIGG goal. But today we’ll share how a half-assed goal might be the better way to go! We definitely have fun talking about this “half-assed goal” concept on The BIGG Success Show. Click the player to listen. Here’s a summary of the discussion… […] The post How Setting a Half-Assed Goal Can Help You Win appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Motivation, Podcast, Goals, Careers, Personal Development, Ted Talk, Goal-setting, Christine Carter, Audioblog, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, The Professor And Mary-lynn


How to Stick to a Decluttering Routine

You’re really serious now about removing unnecessary items from your home. That’s good, because reducing clutter is essential for peace of mind. A decluttering routine makes life much easier. You don’t need to waste time looking for items when you have a place for everything and actually do have everything in place. Some people don’t realize that severe clutter can be a hazard, as it provides hiding places for bugs and other vermin. Over-cluttered homes can also make it harder for first responde...
Tags: Goals, Habits, Digital, Decluttering, Routine, Declutter, Don, Blu Ray, Cleaning House, GTD, Digitization, Organize-athon, Decluttering Routine


25 brilliant pieces of advice for 2021 from Inman readers

Real estate professionals on Inman's Coast to Coast Facebook group page recently offered Brad Inman tips for 2021 ranging from playful to earnest. Here are the top 25.
Tags: Facebook, Hope, Goals, Lifestyle, Radio, Bitcoin, Agent, Compass, Clubhouse, New Year's Resolutions, Inman, Brad Inman, Michael Williamson, Howard Hanna, Windermere Real Estate, Select


Agent/broker perspective: How can agents set goals with so much uncertainty?

Each month Anthony Askowitz explores a hypothetical real estate situation from both sides of the broker/agent dynamic. This time: A successful agent wants to set goals for 2021 but is unsure how to with so many unknowns.
Tags: Opinion, Goals, Goal Setting, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Uncertainty, Setting Goals, Brokerage, Select, Anthony Askowitz, Coronavirus, COVID-19


Fishing Goals Achieved (And Not) in 2020

Fishing Goals in 2020 Goals achieved in bold green Goals not achieved in red Partly achieved in purple Commentary in blue Fishing Buddies:  1. Fish with Dad2. Fish with Mike Thompson3. Fish with Jim Bonin 4. Fish with  Mike "Spike" Miller 5. Fish with Jeff and Renee 6. Fish with Todd, Isabelle, and Mallory 7. Fish with Peter W. 8. Fish with Matt W. 9. Fish with Dave Lindmark 10. Fish with Steve  and Devin 11. Take Corey Hicks frog fishing. 12. Fish with Kane Phongsavat 13....
Tags: Facebook, Chuck, Goals, Sport, Fishing, Steve, Peter, Jeff, Matt, Pete, Devin, MBC, Renee, Mallory, Rush Lake, Lures


What Science Reveals As The Key To Promoting Long-Term Employee Motivation

Have you ever thought about how how you’re communicating progress in your organization? In this latest edition of my Leadership Espresso Shot series for my leadership podcast, I share findings from a fascinating study that show this can have a powerful impact on sustaining motivation over the long term. With ... Click to continue reading
Tags: Motivation, Science, Leadership, Goals, Perception, Recent Posts, Progress, Leadership Biz Cafe


How to plan simply for 2021

You maybe have not yet set out your goals for 2021, just like any other year. Of course, like 2020, 2021 will not be any other year. Here in the UK, we started the year with our third national lockdown. So, these are not ordinary times. How to address setting goals in that context? So, my mind turned to how I might simplify your goal-setting process? My guess is you need something short, sharp, and flexible enough to deal with anything that 2021 might bring? So, here’s my recommendation...
Tags: UK, Leadership, Goals, Goal Setting, Planning, Change, Adrian Grenier, Priorities, Personal Development, Peters, Tom Peters, Mark Shayler, 2021 Plan, Creator Mindset, Goal-setting Process, Thought Process


5 Steps to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

It’s the time of year when people give up on their goals. If you’re struggling, too, take these five steps to keep your New Year’s resolutions. On The BIGG Success Show, we discuss how to stay on track and reach your New Year’s resolutions, even when the going gets tough. Here’s a summary of that […] The post 5 Steps to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Podcast, Goals, Careers, New Years Resolutions, Personal Development, Resolutions, Audioblog, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, The Professor And Mary-lynn


in2021, I will...

Hello hello!  Time for the annual post. Where I look back at the year gone by and the year ahead. This has been an annual ritual for a few years. To be honest, I may or may not follow it (the excitement of the new year wanes off after a few weeks days) but I always come back to the yearly post when I am down in the dumps and I don't know what to do with my life. In 2020, I had to do that a lot. So I have seen the utility.  So, without further ado, let's get to it. I will divide this into sect...
Tags: Travel, Google, Japan, Goals, Goa, Delhi, Jack, Life Goals, Soho House, Don, MDI, Krishna, Vivek, ARR, Lem, Boman


How to Make New Year Resolutions and Stay Motivated to Keep Them

What a year 2020 has been for all of us! And as this year comes to a close, it’s natural to turn our thoughts to 2021 and to consider what things we can do to change our lives for the better. It’s time to get ready for a new year and a brand new you! Many busy people like yourself want to make New Years resolutions. The trick is in figuring out ways to stay motivated so you actually keep them. Here are some tips on sticking with the resolutions you make for 2021. 1. Pick One Thing You Want to C...
Tags: Goals, Other, New Year, Resolutions, New Year Resolutions, GTD, Life Management, Motivated, Plan For Success


Stalling on your 2021 business plan? 3 crucial components to think about

It's never too late to start, tweak or revisit your business plan. In fact, the beginning of a new year is a good time to think about your goals for 2021. When writing them down, consider these tips.
Tags: Budget, Goals, Service, Radio, 2020, Agent, Plan, Vision, Mission Statement, James Harris, Business Plan, Brokerage, Select, 2021, David Parnes


Are You a Goal-Getter or a Goal-Forgetter?

There are two types of people in the world: goal-getters and goal-forgetters. We share three differences between the two. We discuss how to keep your New Year’s resolutions on The BIGG Success Show. Here’s a summary… In a study on New Year’s resolutions, at the University of Scranton, by JC Norcross and DJ Vagarelli, 200 […] The post Are You a Goal-Getter or a Goal-Forgetter? appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Podcast, Goals, Careers, Problem Solving, Mindset, Focus, Attitude, New Years Resolutions, Personal Development, Resolutions, University of Scranton, Adversity, Audioblog, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster


A psychotherapist says there are 3 common reasons so many people's New Year's resolutions end in failure

Struggling to keep your New Year's resolution might mean you're not setting the right kind of goal. Viorel Kurnosov/Getty Images Many people make New Year's resolutions, but few people actually see them through. Psychotherapist Jonathan Alpert told Business Insider three of the biggest reasons why our New Year's resolutions fail. People often don't make their resolutions specific enough, they're worded too negatively, and they're not relevant to the individual, he said.  Visit Busi...
Tags: Goals, Habits, US, Trends, Strategy, Self-help, Weight Loss, Business Insider, New Year's Resolutions, Reuters, Don, Alpert, Jonathan Alpert, Mark Abadi


Time to Reflect on the Year That Has Been, and Look Ahead to Your Goals for the New One

As we think about all that has happened in 2020 and consider just how significant the year’s events have been, it’s useful to keep them in perspective by making some plans for 2021. The best way to improve yourself and live your best possible life is to think about how 2020 went, with an eye toward doing better as we move forward. It’s time to review the year that was: 1. What Goals Did You Achieve and What Are You Still Working On? Be honest with yourself about how well you did at working to...
Tags: Goals, Happiness, Goal Setting, Planning, Other, 2020, Reflection, Fresh Start, Learnings, GTD, Life Management, 2021, Reflect, Acheivements


What to Stream to Inspire Your New Year's Resolutions

The year is ending and we couldn’t be happier. And while I wish we could all press a refresh button to reboot our lives, it’s not that easy—getting a fresh start takes motivation and dedication. Here are some television shows and movies to help with just that, as we get inspired to take our first steps toward a new…Read more...
Tags: Goals, Lifehacks, New Years Resolutions


Making Plans For The Next Year

The time is approaching to take stock and make New Year’s Resolutions: make yourself promises and plans for the next year. Let’s summarize the year’s results ( результаты ) first. 2020 has been a crazy year. But finally, it is ending. After the holiday wishes ( пожелания ) this year, people invariably add, “I hope 2021 is a better year for all of us!” Image by iXimus from Pixabay On the other hand, 2020 wasn’t boring, was it? We managed to adapt to the new reality: working from home, h...
Tags: Goals, Spain, Language, Linguistics, Dreams, New Year's Resolutions, New Year Resolutions, Russian Language, Don, Making Plans, Vocabulary, Pixabay, 2021, Marco Verch, Wheel of Life, Pathway


The Only Kind of Resolutions You Should Make for 2021

In theory, New Year’s resolutions should make your life less stressful, or at least give you a means to address things about your life you’d like to change. In reality, however, a lofty New Year’s resolution can often loom over you, forming a nagging reminder of your supposed failure to reinvent yourself just because…Read more...
Tags: Goals, Lifehacks, New Years Resolutions, New Years


One Step to Success

We all see people rise meteorically to the top all the time. What’s their key? Follow their lead. Take this one step to success. We discussed the critical step to BIGG success on our podcast. Here’s a SUMMARY of that discussion… We constantly see overnight successes. Yesterday, they were just part of the crowd. Now, […] The post One Step to Success appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Podcast, Goals, Careers, Success, Personal Development, Step, Audioblog, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, Bigg, The Professor And Mary-lynn, One Step At A Time, Overnight Success


A simple way to recharge your team in 2021

To up your agents’ productivity, you have to give them the tools they need to achieve their goals — and that starts by understanding what those goals actually are. Here’s how you can gain valuable insight into their objectives and help them succeed.
Tags: Productivity, Goals, Business Planning, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Team, Satire, Team Members, Brokerage, Select, Production Goals, High-level objectives


How to Figure Out What You Really Want to Do With Your Life

At any stage in life, deciding what you want to “do” with your life can feel fraught. It can come when you’re 18 or when you’re 50, and it’s always a difficult process to work through—especially if a recent life change or job loss has thrown you off a prior path. But as stressful as this time is, it can also be…Read more...
Tags: Work, Career, Motivation, Feature, Life Planning, Goals, Inspiration, Job, Lifehacks, Passions


Pulse: Readers share the accomplishments they’re proud of this year

It's been quite a chaotic year, and now that we're approaching the end of it, it's time to look back and acknowledge the major wins you accomplished.
Tags: Goals, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Pulse, Agents, Brokerage, Select, 2021, Accomplishment, Wins, Task, Proud


A Revealing Look At Understanding The Value Of Opportunity

Few words inspire optimism and hope for the future like “opportunity”. But as I reveal in this latest installment of my Leadership Espresso Shot series, the truth is our relationship with opportunity is much more complicated and worthy of more reflection and review. Granted, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, ... Click to continue reading
Tags: Leadership, Learning, Goals, Innovation, Recent Posts, Self-reflection, Opportunity, Leadership Biz Cafe


Pulse: What’s one accomplishment you’re proud of this year?

This week, we want to hear about your triumphs in 2020. What's a major win that you can't wait to share? How did you achieve it?
Tags: Goals, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Pulse, Agents, Brokerage, Select, 2021, Accomplishment, Wins, Task, Proud