Do You Want to Just Survive or Thrive? (part 2)

Written by Jayve McMeeken

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Because they setrepparttar rules and they have a cause worth fighting for. As a result of them winningrepparttar 148330 game, they get what they want for their family and friends.

And they don’t give in – ever!

Being that we had achieved great success onrepparttar 148331 “saving money train”, my wife and I had shown that if times ever got tough in a financial sense, we would be OK, as we hadrepparttar 148332 capacity to do whatever it takes to protect our special family time together.

For me, saving money became boring.

So my new fight that was about what I wanted for my family would be geared towards making money, not saving it! This fight was clearly a battle that was worthrepparttar 148333 effort becauserepparttar 148334 big outcome would be an abundance of family living.

And that’s what is important to me. Allrepparttar 148335 material nonsense that comes with having too much money would no doubt invade our space but at least there would be some concrete real life perspective that would ensure we never got carried away.

Too me this is a sustainable way to live as material stuff can always be taken away butrepparttar 148336 stuff in your heart can’t be stolen.

“Develop and protect your unique amazing lifestyle with passion!”

Jayce McMeeken, the founder of “Absolute Coaching International” and author of the inspirational book “Believe You Are RICH!”. Want more money? Want to invest safely but with great returns? Visit Jayce at Please mention this article for a discount on any product.

Personal Goal Setting - 10 Tips

Written by Steve Gillman

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7. They are motivated. Havingrepparttar goal forrepparttar 148116 right reasons is a good start. You should also learn how to re-motivate yourself, and reward yourself when you make progress.

8. They consider personal factors. Can you really get what you want if you feel like you don't deserve it? Maybe, but good goal setting takes into account personal changes that are necessary or useful.

9. They are followed by action. One ofrepparttar 148117 keys to motivation and to getting where you want to be is to start with any movement towardsrepparttar 148118 goal. Action begets action. Start slow if you must, but start.

10. They are not written in stone. Goals naturally evolve. Why would you become a doctor once you learned that you liked doing lab work better?

The last one is a tough one. An excuse and a change of course are notrepparttar 148119 same thing, but to knowrepparttar 148120 difference means you need a certain level of self-awareness. Develop that, applyrepparttar 148121 keys to personal goal setting above, and you'll get to where you want to be.

Steve Gillman writes on many topics including brainpower, weight loss, meditation, habits of mind, creative problem solving, generating luck and anything related to self improvement. Learn more and get FREE e-courses at

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