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A KISS is Unique (POWERFUL Goal-Setting pt.7)

I am grateful to my three sons for teaching me so much about success. Each one of them is unique. When they were small, they were so cute, engaging and witty – individually! 291 more words

NLP

Fooling a Genius

The only person who can fool a genius is themselves. It starts off with a small idea, a small thought that flutters in. The obsession begins shortly after, when the thought is embedded. 207 more words

Inspiration

A fresh start

Sometimes all we need is a fresh start to reinvigorate our passions and bring us back to life.

This week saw me entering a new chapter which started with cleansing myself of all debt.  89 more words

Empowerment

POWERFUL Goals - The Three Rs in Hope! (POWERFUL Goal-Setting pt.5)

 The Road from Hope

“Hope” is a magnificent state of mind. It reaches forward into the future and the unseen. Our task, is to trace the route back from the future to our present position and to work out the simple first steps. 419 more words

HARP

Goal setting 2015

I have just re-blogged my goal setting post from July last year and am finally taking the time to reflect on and evaluate those goals. At my school we’ve been talking goal setting quite a bit over the last few weeks and trying to pin down what we aim to achieve over the remainder of the year. 393 more words

RTC5

The mystery of professional goal setting

After two weeks of professional development, both formal and informal, I have a serious need to re-focus. I am going to Great Barrier Island for five weeks at the beginning of Week 4 and I need to clarify what I want to have achieved by the end of this year. 703 more words

RTC5

Polly Hamilton reblogged this on Miss Hamilton's Flipping Classroom and commented:

Looking back at my goals for last year, evaluating and setting new ones!

Goal setting: envisioning the end

The next theme to appear in The Reflective Journal is entitled ‘begin with the end in mind’.

This highlights the importance of thinking about what exactly we want to achieve when starting something new. 187 more words

Reflection