Welcome to 2018!
How to set goals that you will actually achieve.
I just wanted to post a quick reminder to let you know you don’t have to wait until 2018 to get started on your goals.
Should you focus on habits or goals? What do you think?
Everyone wants to be successful, but there are few people who manage to accomplish this.
There is a comfort in certainty, and unfortunately we don’t live in a very certain world.
I have never been too much of a spender but keeping my outgoing financial assets in line for an entire year, as I had planned to do, proved to be a challenge until I resorted to behavioral economics.
2017 is nearly half gone. For those who made big financial goals at the beginning of the year, it’s a great time to take a look at them.
Our life isn’t as logical as we like to think.
You may plan your goals perfectly, but when the time comes for action, it doesn’t work out.
That happens to all of us, because our emotions affect our decisions. We don’t think about that when we set goals.
A 2014 study shows how our emotions affect our logical decisions. So how do you deal with that? You have to make these decisions and set your goals when you’re in a logical state, and then push through when you’re thinking emotionally. Easier said than done.
Don’t worry, I’ve summed up five of the most common emotional thoughts that will destroy your goal progress. Once you acknowledge that these thoughts exist, you can fight them off.