Category Archives: goals

Are You Managing Your Time or Is It Managing You

It’s amazing how much some people manage to get done, while others seem to be stuck in a rut without enough time in the day to accomplish much of anything. But, here’s the secret. Everyone has the same amount of time in every single day. It’s one way in which we are all created equal. Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day. I know it seems unbelievable at times, but it is a proven fact!

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Goals and Your Finances

Goals are today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z.

For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money.

Regular supporters of Divas With A Purpose know that I am a huge supporter of S.M.A.R.T. goals in our personal and professional lives. Goal setting is the first step in attaining financial freedom.

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Rules for Setting Priorities – FREE Webinar

These Golden Rules aren’t going to take care of your daily tasks for you, but they’ll definitely help you get them done. Yes, there are rules for setting priorities!

Followers of Divas With A Purpose will be familiar with The Divatude Challenge. A year long focus on SMART goals (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and time-based) where participants are encouraged to share track and share their progress. 

Choosing Your One Word for the Year

If you had to choose one word to describe your focus and intentions for the coming year, what would it be?

A few years ago, I read a novel entitled Thursdays at Eight by Debbie Macomber. Rather than resolutions, the main characters each chose a word for the year. The word was to be something they wanted to focus on, strengthen or embrace.  I loved the idea and for the past 3 years as part of my yearly goals I have,

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Be SMART With Your Goals

Download a copy of this free printable, Be SMART With Your Goals, here and connect with us on Friday as we recap our 2013 goals and lay out our 2014 goals.

As we close out this year, have you taken the time to take note of your growth, successes and areas of opportunity?  While I may not have accomplished what was on my list at the beginning of the year, I am thankful for the twists and turns along the way.  

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