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Choices For a Successful New Year – Part 2

Just 4 more weeks until the new year, which means it is time for part 2 of my review of the 5 choices you can make to achieve your 2022 goals. Pursuing big goals isn’t easy and starting off with a SMART goal is the first step. But, to be SMART, your goal must be attainable. This is a bigger challenge than you may think. For your goal to be truly attainable, you will need to talk to yourself.

Learn more in this week’s Goal Success by Choice article.

PM Believer: Colin Powell’s Rules for Project Management – Part 3

Today’s PM Believer concludes my three-part series exploring the project management lessons included in Colin Powell’s Thirteen Rules of Leadership. The final three rules I am presenting address the most impactful aspect of project management, one entirely in our control. Our attitude.

Click here to read part 3 of Colin Powell’s Rules for Project Management.

Choices For a Successful New Year – Part 1

The new year will be here very soon, which likely means that you are working on setting new goals. While setting goals is essential, it is just the first step towards your eventual success. For the remainder of 2021, I will be sharing five easy choices you can make to help you succeed with your goals for 2022. I am starting with the choice that has been most impactful to my success.

Learn more about this important choice for a successful new year in this week’s Goal Success by Choice article.

Giving Thanks

Happy Thanksgiving week! Many of us will be pausing to give thanks this Thursday, but why stop there? By establishing a daily gratitude practice, you can reap the rewards of giving thanks every day. These include building a happier, more productive life where more of your goals come to life.

Learn more about how to choose gratitude in Giving Thanks, this week’s Goal Success by Choice article.

PM Believer: Colin Powell’s Rules for Project Management – Part 2

Today’s PM Believer continues my exploration of the project management lessons that we can learn from Colin Powell’s Thirteen Rules of Leadership. While part one concentrated on the steps you need to take to set your project up for success, this week is focused on something more personal. How do you ensure that you are a leader who people want to follow?

Click here to read part 2 of Colin Powell’s Rules for Project Management.

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