Category: Goals

How to Keep On Pace With Your Goals

How to Keep On Pace With Your Goals

| January 27, 2016

http://stevencox.com – Here’s a quick tip that will ensure you get a lot closer to hitting your goals.

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The 6 F’s of Goal Setting

The 6 F’s of Goal Setting

| January 5, 2016

http://stevencox.com – Goal Setting Tips: Want to have the best year ever? Make sure you set goals in each category of your life. Here are the categories I use to make sure I’m balancing all these important areas.

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A Goal Template for the Month: How to Get More Things Done

A Goal Template for the Month: How to Get More Things Done

| August 4, 2014 | Reply

Last week, one of my employees stopped by my desk and asked me if I had any recommendations on how she could better accomplish her goals during the upcoming month. She had been struggling figuring out what to work on and then taking action on the right things. Since it was the beginning of the […]

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Goals: Winning at the Little Things

Goals: Winning at the Little Things

| November 8, 2012 | 1 Reply

At the end of each quarter, I take a detailed look at my yearly goals to see how I’m progressing against them. Sometimes I’m ahead – sometimes behind. And what I’ve begun to notice is that I’m ahead on the items where I accomplish smaller tasks more frequently. There’s a concept in goal setting called […]

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A Birthday Wish That Can Change Destiny

A Birthday Wish That Can Change Destiny

| October 2, 2012 | 3 Replies

Last Saturday was my birf-day, and I got to spend it with 60 of the most amazing people on the planet. As a side note, the party had a hat theme – which means we asked everyone to wear hats. I’ll post some pics later in the week, but it was pretty fabulous. Here’s one […]

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Charisma – Richard Branson Style

Charisma – Richard Branson Style

| June 26, 2012 | Reply

My buddy, Nadav Wilf, just got back from an incredible trip to Neckar Island with Richard Branson. I was offered to go, but there wasn't a guarantee that Mr. B was going to be there, so I took a pass. (I have another blog post brewing about my own issue of saying 'no' to too […]

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Make a Shift – Spend More Time on Things You Love

Make a Shift – Spend More Time on Things You Love

| April 3, 2012 | 2 Replies

In our latest Mastermind meeting, rockstar motivator John Assaraf stated that he was dedicated to spending more of his time on things that he loves vs. things that are tolerable or downright a drag. I made a visual representation that I think is applicable to everyone's life. Spend more time doing things you love. This […]

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The Path to Success

The Path to Success

| March 7, 2012 | 1 Reply

This picture says it all!

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Wise Words from my Early Mentor on Becoming a Millionaire

Wise Words from my Early Mentor on Becoming a Millionaire

| December 10, 2011 | Reply

“Set a goal to become a millionaire, but not just because of the money. Set the goal for learning the disclipline, sacrifice, dedication, and acumen that it will teach you in order to achieve it. Those lessons are worth much more that the million you will earn while learning them. Set the kind of goals […]

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The Road to Success

The Road to Success

| October 19, 2011 | Reply

  Start. Stop. Turn. Stop. Go fast. Run. Jump. Backpedal. Think. Twist. Get depressed. Pull yourself up. Build a team. Fall down. Get up.  Take another step. Get you footing. Build something real. And never ever doubt that you will make it.   (Image borrowed from rockstar Megan O'Brien)

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Steve Jobs: Magnificence and Mortality

Steve Jobs: Magnificence and Mortality

| October 6, 2011 | Reply

Today, I woke up to the death of Steve Jobs. At the age of 56, he did what most entrepreneurs dream of doing – changing the world for the better. Even though I didn't know him, I could help but feel saddened and tearful. Part out of respect – and part out of feeling that […]

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Do Something Extraordinary. Personal Notes from 10 years ago.

Do Something Extraordinary. Personal Notes from 10 years ago.

| May 6, 2011 | 2 Replies

I routinely like fixing a martini and writing about philosophy and what I'm experiencing in life at that moment. It helps me stay clear and focused on the bigger picture. It helps me not get caught in the 'thick of thin things'. I was looking through a few old notes and I fould this posting […]

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55 Ways to Get More Energy Into Your Life

55 Ways to Get More Energy Into Your Life

| May 21, 2009 | Reply

Steven’s note: The original post is from a great site called Zen Habits and is edited by Leo Babauta. This is a guest post from Greg Go, co-author of Wise Bread’s new book, 10,001 Ways to Live Large on a Small Budget.  If you’re tired all the time, a change in what you eat (diet) […]

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How to Set Goals : My 2009 Goals

How to Set Goals : My 2009 Goals

| February 1, 2009 | 2 Replies

I'm a big goal-setter. My junior year of high school, I got sick of being fat, never going on dates, and being cut from the baseball team. So, I wrote down "10 things I want to do" on a piece of paper, made copies, and hung them up everywhere I could – in my bedroom, […]

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