When you’re planning your goals and targets, what does it look like? Is it broad and varied with lots of different elements? Or is it simple and specific? Today, I want to talk about which of these versions leads to better outcomes and why. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out how sometimes, less is more.
We’ve covered practical steps to goals, mindset and planning. Now for the fun stuff; how to use the biochemistry of your brain to your advantage. This fascinating component of achievement delivers some great news: there are things you can do to positively impact your neurological make-up. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out how to leverage this substance for your brains best work.
What do successful people and professional athletes have in common? Today, I’ll discuss the importance of making a game plan and sticking to it no matter what. There is a great deal of evidence about how this practice can give you the results you desire. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out what making and committing to a game plan looks like.
This week, I want to challenge you to think about what motivates you. Are you driven to help yourself? Or are you driven to help others? The answer to this question can have a significant impact on your personal well-being, happiness and your level of engagement with people and tasks. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to find out where your motivation is leading you.
Today I want to talk about one of the most fundamental components of determining personal success. I even have a little homework for you to complete. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to learn about the importance of mindset and then visit http://blog.mindsetworks.com/what-s-my-mindset to see where you fall on the mindset spectrum.
Today is an introduction to our new chapter of WorkPuzzle that focuses on how to get the most out of ourselves and others. Before we dive in though, I want to make sure we are starting on the same page. Listen to today’s WorkPuzzle to learn more about where we’re going and how to get the most out of it.
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