Goal Setting

Having goals—where we want to go or accomplish in any area of our lives and by when—help keep our energies focused and organized, whether in work, educational, or personal practices. Clearly defined and manageable goals can help us accomplish amazing things; however, it’s not always intuitive how map out a path that will keep us from being discouraged when challenges interrupt our plans. Tried-and-tested goal-setting strategies give us the wisdom to set achievable targets that keep us motivated and on track. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.


Weekly Planning—A Video from the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

To live a more balanced existence, you have to recognize that not doing everything that comes along is okay. There's no need to overextend yourself. All it takes is realizing that it's all right to say no when necessary and then focus on your highest priorities.


12-Step Method of Setting Goals - Brian Tracy


Why Smart People Underperform


The 21 Day Mental Diet | Brian Tracy

The best habit you can develop is to start every day in a thoughtful, productive way that sets you up for greater success in the hours ahead.


How to Maintain Concentration (for as long as 14 hours!)

Once again, please remember that I am not advising you to do study sessions of this length. This is something which has worked for me in the past but which isn't necessary for success (at all!).


What Is Releasing Time to Care?

Across British Columbia, Releasing Time to Care is being implemented in residential care, community, acute inpatient and mental health settings.


Prioritize Like a Genius

Do you find yourself giving away your time, attention and energy to other people with no sense of peace or progress? Is your agenda your agenda, or somebody else's? Here are three new ways to think about how you prioritize your day


7 Habits of Highly Effective People—Habit 1, Presented by Stephen Covey

"The proactive approach to a mistake is to acknowledge it instantly, correct and learn from it." - Dr. Stephen R. Covey Habit 1: Be Proactive is about taking responsibility for your life. You can't keep blaming everything on your parents or grandparents.


Straight Talk with Carla Zuill: Tony Gaskins (Part 2)


Habit Formation