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10 Ways to Motivate Your Motivation

Author: Nicky Forster

Motivation is critical to success, one of the driving forces behind human behaviour, but why is it there in abundance at the start of a new goal or creating a new habit, but frustratingly drops very quickly and often disappears altogether leaving us feeling further away from goal achievement and even more demoralised than before we begun.

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My Top 5 Practices for Goal Setting in the Workplace

Author: Nicky Forster

Effective performance management depends on effective goalsetting, research shows that when employees feel connected to organisational goals and their own needs, their performance increases by 22%.

 

The bad news is that only one third of senior managers can name the companies top priorities, and just 16% of frontline employees have a clear understanding of the connection with the company’s priorities.

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Why Self-development is a Worthy Investment

Author: Nicky Forster

At times we can all feel stuck, lethargic, and simply fed up with life.

 

Our days seemingly rushing from here to there, bumper-to-bumper traffic, struggling to fit everything in to 1440 minutes. Often, we don’t, so we get up and do it all over again the following day, it feels like the vicious cycle of monotony with our dreams, goals, and ambitions very much at the bottom of our to do list.

The good news, you’re not alone, and the better news is there is an answer.

 

It is YOU working on YOU for YOU!

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Are You Focussing on the Framework?

Author: Nicky Forster

Research suggests very few people achieve their goals, whether it is a professional goal or individual goal.

 

Goals are individual, they are personal and therefore legitimate to any person, so if there’s nothing wrong with the goals they are setting, so why do so many people end up unsuccessful?

 

In many cases, there is something wrong with the framework or system.

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Why Being Consistent with Being Consistent is the Key.

Author: Nicky Forster

Have you ever wondered how some people create a new habit quickly with relative ease whilst others struggle to get any sort of momentum going, well its all about rhythm.

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Why the Pressures of Penalties are a Great Lesson for Life

Author: Nicky Forster

It’s the business end of the football season now, with the success or failure of 10 months of hard work coming down to 90 minutes of football, and more often the case, a kick from 12yards in the form of a penalty shoot-out.

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My Top 5 Non-Negotiable Health Practices

Author: Nicky Forster

Following a healthy lifestyle often seems incredibly complicated.

There is no shortage of information available online all offering tips for living a healthy lifestyle, and yet advertisements and experts all around seem to give conflicting advice.

 

A recent study suggests healthy habits may help people add years of life and sidestep serious illnesses

 

Though many of us live stressful, demanding lives, with just a little tweaking here and there, we can develop habits that will help us live healthier and more productive lives.

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Bad Habits Lead To You

Author: Nicky Forster

Research suggests that 70% of our behaviour is formed by habits, but, forming habits is a tricky business, whether it is giving up on a destructive habit like smoking or introducing a new one such as exercise, the science tells us to not look for fast results and instead focus on playing the long game.

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Don’t Struggle In & Struggle On, Check In & Check Out

Author: Nicky Forster

Hands up if you do any of these . . . . .

 

If you have a work email that can be accessed on a device at home?

 

If you sleep in the same room with the device that delivers the work email?

 

If you open work related emails and documents in your private time, in the evenings and weekends?

 

If you doze off to sleep thinking I need to do that work related thing tomorrow, or wake up in the middle of the night thinking about and work-related issue?

 

If you pick up your phone, and look at your phone before saying hello to your partner in the morning?

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What’s your ‘Micro Goal’ this week?

Author: Nicky Forster

We all have long term goals, whether it is buying a home, writing a book, or losing weight. We may not know that we have them, they may just be ideas that we have or things that we want to do, not realising they are a goal, but even if you dent know it yet, you are on one micro-goal away from the start of your journey to success.

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