Noah Carmichael, MBA en Lifestyle, Directors and Executives, beBee in English Featured Contributor • BIZCATALYST 360 18/11/2016 · 1 min de lectura · 1,2K

Are You Prepared For Tomorrow's Goals? (Today's Reflection)

Are You Prepared For Tomorrow's Goals? (Today's Reflection)

Take a moment to look at today’s Daily Reflection. When you are done, take no more than 10 minutes to answer your self-reflection questions:


My choices today prepare me for tomorrow's goals.

Each day is a chance to make my life worth living. It is a tragedy to waste precious moments. I embrace every opportunity to achieve something great.

I choose to actively work towards my goals regardless of the obstacles. Instead of crumbling under boulders of doubt, I choose to climb atop them and be victorious. Time is too precious to cower in fear of the unknown.

I set a mission for myself each day. Having the foresight to attack goals in small parts is beneficial to my success.

Although there are temptations that sometimes sidetrack me, I quickly resume my focus. I remind myself of what I am aiming at. That reminder easily puts me back on track towards hitting a target.

My daily personal and professional goals support my life goals. My focus today is to become someone who knows how to handle success. Achieving this means hitting smaller daily targets successfully.

Today, I spare very little time on idle exploits because I am on a road to success. Downtime is beneficial for renewal of purpose but I commit to resuming my journey. My choices today are an indication of what I am setting myself up to achieve tomorrow.


Self-Reflection Questions:

1. How do I go about determining which choices are the right ones for me?

2. How do I know when I have swayed from the path to success?

3. What are some of the sacrifices I make while in pursuit of my goals?



About the author:

Noah Carmichael is an Executive Coach and Director of Inside Executive. Noah works with business owners, executives, and their teams on a one-on-one or group basis in areas ranging from personal and professional development to operational strategy and sales accountability training. 


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Ramana Rao Mallampalli Nov 20, 2016 · #2

Each one should analyse what work job done, whether goals/targets met.
Before he clear the desk, he/should should make a note of what goals are waiting for tomorrow and how to achieve.

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Julie Hickman Nov 18, 2016 · #1

"Downtime is beneficial for renewal of purpose but I commit to resuming my journey." - @Noah Carmichael, MBA

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