Monday, January 7, 2013

Things You Ought To Do To Get The Most Out Of Life

I was in the office doing the usual task that I need to deliver in a day when out of nowhere I decided to switch on the speaker and listen to one of the inspirational audio books from Mr. Zig Ziglar. This is not unusual since I always enjoy listening than reading actual books. However, I must admit that my speaker is more acquainted with the songs from Westlife, The Corrs, Lifehouse, Celine Dion or maybe from a selection of Love Songs than this type of listening material where some of you might find boring and/or discrete.


In his audio book entitled GOALS, Mr. Zig Ziglar emphasized that for one to get the best out of life, one must have certain goals with its specific timelines plus the discipline and the commitment to accomplish it.

Then I thought that it will be timely to start the year right. Most of us enjoy having new year’s resolutions that we believe might spell a little difference of how we will spend the rest of the year.

Setting personal goals at the start of the year is not new to me. As far as I remember, I started doing this since I was in high school. The problem is I don’t have the discipline to make it happen thus I ended up achieving at least 20 percent to 50 percent of what I wrote at the start of the year. Except maybe last year 2007 when I went to as high as 80 percent. Not bad! The best year for me so far!

I usually set my yearly goals according to these categories: Intellectual, Spiritual, Financial, Health, Relationship/ Recreation, Something New and Common Goals.

It’s already 2013. Time flew really fast that it’s not obvious I already consumed 20+ years of my precious life. Hmmm….I think it's better to have a concrete plan and keep moving!

Please read What To Look Forward In 2013 to continue or click here.

Thank you for taking time to read. I hope you enjoy. God Bless!
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