By Roger Reid, Ph.D.|Success Point 360
It’s the common mindset of the successful:
First, set new goals and identify what’s important. Then make plans to accomplish those objectives.
For some, it means a new job, buying a home, or acquiring the latest model car.
Others will focus on pure financial goals, setting a desired net worth or accumulating a specific amount of cash in the bank, hoping it will give them a sense of freedom.
The next priority is usually some kind of health goal. Quitting cigarettes and losing weight are the most common.
A fewer number of people will consider the quality of their personal relationships, hoping to develop new ones while wanting to reduce their exposure to negative and toxic people.
Even fewer will think about spiritual goals and what they can do to make themselves feel more satisfied — more directed and happy about their time here.