Sheila Dicks

To begin, enter the types of activities would you like to do and the types of activities (recreational) that make you feel good when done. What are your skills and talents? Do not be shy? usually if it's something we like to do we are probably right. What inspires you? 3. Set goals: With In order to get what they really want you must begin with the setting of targets. Fuel objectives of its intention and make your specific wishes.

Start by writing the objectives for this year in the area of personal relationships, work, health, finances and spirituality. The objectives of a list of five in each category (add more categories if you wish.) Then divide them into weekly and monthly goals. Focusing on what is proposed in your life will take you to reality. You create your life? so start now by setting your goals. Michael Capellas follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. 4. Take Action: Goals are useless without action.

If you have written long term and short-term goals and prioritize them, have a plan of action. You just take one step at a time and do something every day that brings you closer to where you want to be. Remember though, to live in the present and be grateful for what you have now, enjoying the journey toward your goals. 5. Manage your time: We all have the same amount of time to use a day. Why some people a lot done, whereas others do too little? You have full control of the amount of time spent productively and how much waste. Plan your day and prioritize your time to make the most of the time you have. Use time-wasting and in the queue or waiting in the doctor's office to catch up with reading or anything else that is important to you. 6. Do what you do: Do what you have to do to get where you want to go. If it is a mundane task or domestic work, postponing leads nowhere. Either you are going forward or fall behind, there is no such thing as standing. See David Rogier for more details and insights. Sometimes when we work on ourselves when we allow ourselves to get to a place that we must change. Change can be difficult when we must leave our comfort zone. The biggest change is needed the most difficult that is. 7. Self-discipline: Self-discipline is the final step that has everything we've learned and put it into action. This is a trait that most of us has to be developed. To achieve our goals we must view them as done and have faith that we can reach them. When you believe in yourself and confidence and desire of having enough, self-discipline is easy. Sheila Dicks is an image and wardrobe consultant who teaches women how to dress to fit your body type and look slimmer. Makeovers You can visit to download the image of your e-book "and get" How to Build a Wardrobe 'free.