Goals

My Letter To My Younger Self: You Will Find Your Career Vocation Eventually

Vivien Edwards | Posted 23.05.2017 | UK
Vivien Edwards

Exams are over and it is really time to feel liberated and rejoice. Why? Because your life and I emphasis 'your' life is only just beginning. The wor...

OK, So How Is 2017 Working Out For You?

Keith Grinsted | Posted 02.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Keith Grinsted

If you are not achieving the things you wanted then make changes now, today! Be disruptive. Decide what must change to achieve what you want and change it today. Remove negativity from your life.

Think 'When' Not 'If' To Find Your Happiness

Kate Allatt | Posted 02.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Kate Allatt

Since 2010, when our lives changed forever, I have become convinced that my relentless pursuit of goals have helped me stay happy and alive, when much of my personal life was crumbling around me. Family issues, my ongoing physical health problems, friendships, my social isolation, feelings of worthlessness and social withdrawal...

Five Life Lessons I Learned From My Breast Cancer Journey

Ruth Romano | Posted 24.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Ruth Romano

Life has a funny habit of throwing the unexpected at us when we least expect it. A breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 32 wasn't part of my grand plan and it completely threw me off course. The route that I had planned in my mind changed completely and I suddenly found myself sailing through uncharted waters. As a result of this challenge I learned a great deal and not just about myself.

Never Ever Give Up

Alison King | Posted 07.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Alison King

And while the glitz and glamour of Hollywood couldn't be much further than my truth of living in my mum's house, which desperately needs decluttering and redecorating, the message still resonates, I just have my own benchmarks to work with.

Why Do So Many Women Let Their Emotions Hold Them Back From Career Or Business Success?

Carol Stewart | Posted 21.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Carol Stewart

You have the power to manage your emotions and to put them in to perspective, to put them where they belong. You can choose to accept how you feel, but not let those feelings take control and take you down the wrong path because you are being emotionally driven.

Three Strategies To Crush Any Goal Even After Motivation Has Faded

Theo Brenner-Roach | Posted 13.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Theo Brenner-Roach

Goal setting is the road map for your journey and will keep you on course long after motivation has faded. It lets you focus on the here and now whilst keeping you safe in the knowledge that everything you're doing is taking you closer to your overall goal.

Financial Goals Dominate 2017 Resolutions And Here's How To Stick To Them

Jacqueline Dewey | Posted 02.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Jacqueline Dewey

However, as we move into February, it is estimated that 7.3 million Brits may break their 2017 financial promises. Furthermore, if they are going to fall off the wagon, they'll be doing it right about now as most resolutions statistically last around a month.

New Year's Resolutions

Anne Look | Posted 01.02.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Anne Look

So in the spirit of the new year and making it to February with my resolution, here are a few life hacks (not resolutions) that could possibly help you maintain or change the environment you need to achieve your resolution/s.

Every Winner Has Scars

Shirley Palmer | Posted 30.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Shirley Palmer

Of course you have to bring your awareness to and face your fear. Because it is only then that you discover the thing that billions of people throughout history have discovered before you - that failure or being wrong will not kill you.

Keeping Up With The Joneses

Natalie Savvides | Posted 27.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Natalie Savvides

Since when did the world get so incredibly competitive? A long time ago many would say. Back in the day! Yes, ok... I know the grass is always greener the other side of the fence, I know, I know, it always has been.

Stepping Outside Your Comfort zone

Amanda Alexander | Posted 26.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Amanda Alexander

In my previous post here on Huffington Post I chatted about what is next, after we have decided what we really, really want.

What Happens When You Really Go For It? Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone

Amanda Alexander | Posted 24.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Amanda Alexander

I want to take "me" - which means my business - to a much bigger audience. I want to get, FAR more women, to stop doubting themselves and start living more daringly. I want to see them achieve things they never thought they could.

The Three Goals Every Parent Must Set In 2017

Shola Alabi | Posted 18.01.2017 | UK Parents
Shola Alabi

I won't complain. I tell myself that I got myself into this. When my son came to me to say he wanted to make the 'A-team' in school, I told him we would have to sit down and set it as a goal so that he could start working towards it. So who am I to say no when hubby and my son go ahead to put up a goalpost in the back garden.

Why You Are Your Biggest Saboteur!

Becky Stafferton | Posted 16.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Becky Stafferton

Statistics show that 43% of people in the UK break their resolutions within the first month and by the end of March that figure has risen to a whopping 80%. In fact we are so good at giving up, that there is now an official day dedicated to our downfall - 17th January is 'Ditch New Year's Resolutions Day'.

Goal Setting In January? You Don't Have To!

Amanda Alexander | Posted 11.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Amanda Alexander

It was about 3pm on a dark January day, the rain was incessant and the sky was dirty grey. I had spent 2 hours taking down the decorations and hoovering the pine needles. I laid a fire, made myself a cup of tea and lit some candles in the living room. I had already printed out a "New Year Goal Setting" workbook.

A New Year!

Natalie Savvides | Posted 09.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Natalie Savvides

Crikey - it's so easy to feel a failure isn't it - so easy to look at everyone else with their acts together (or so it appears)... in the gym, glowing faces, bouncing around all over the place - but really is that what's actually going on behind closed doors? Who really knows!?

How To Create Lasting Change In 2017

Melody Pourmoradi | Posted 09.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Melody Pourmoradi

The beginning of the new year is a time of great significance and the magnificent promise of fresh new beginnings. It is when we typically put pen to paper and create a resolution list of all of the the larger-than-life things we want to accomplish.

Are Mentors Really Helpful In Acheiving Your Career Goals?

Ife Ade Tokan | Posted 06.01.2017 | UK
Ife Ade Tokan

A mentor is indispensable in getting you to the next level in your career and enhancing your prospects of success. It is never too late to get a mentor, simply because the road to success has no destination, but a constant journey of development and self-assessment till the day you die. So get one today!

Why Baby Steps Are More Important Than New Year's Resolutions In Mental Health Recovery

Katie Simon Phillips | Posted 05.01.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Katie Simon Phillips

If you want to set yourself a resolution for 2017, make a resolution that you can do over time, that allows for mistakes and gradual progress rather than instantaneous results.

Unresolved: Why We Need New Year's Experiments Not New Year's Resolutions

Anna Beecher | Posted 04.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Anna Beecher

I think these hurdles were harder to face because I have swallowed the notion at the core of resolution making; that I am project and life, with a few tweaks, should run increasingly smoothly.

Five Ways To Reach Your Goals In 2017

Marianne Stenger | Posted 04.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Marianne Stenger

January 1st has come and gone, which means many of us have undoubtedly made a few resolutions and set some goals for ourselves, from getting fit and eating healthier to volunteering or learning a new skil

The False Promise Of New Year's Day And Mondays

Karen Oliver | Posted 03.01.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Karen Oliver

Coping mechanisms come in all forms - whether it looks like a bottle of red after a tough day, avoidance of social situations or munching on biscuits all day at work. We either need to find alternative coping mechanisms for the circumstances we can't change, or address the source of stress and anxiety in the first place.

Tips For Mental Health Friendly Resolutions

Sian Abigail Bradley | Posted 31.12.2016 | UK Universities & Education
Sian Abigail Bradley

Which we don't; it turns out I'm among the almost 80% of people who fail to achieve our resolutions. This can have a massive impact on our mental health if we feel like we failed. We try to kick-start this new healthy life, filling the gyms with eager motivation, only to slip back into our old lifestyle before the end of January, full of shame.

10 Essential Components Of New Year Planning To Create Success In 2017

Natasha Davies | Posted 30.12.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Natasha Davies

If you are planning big changes in the coming year, give yourself the best start by checking out these 10 essential components to ensure you have a successful year ahead.