March 14, 2006
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|MESSAGE FROM JOEL
Can you believe that 20% of 2006 is already behind us? That means we have only 80% of the year left to do, have, and be all we hoped for this year.
What goals did you intend to focus on in 2006 that have been totally neglected so far? What changes did you want in your professional life that haven’t made it to your top-priority list during the first fifth of the year?
Now, with 20% of the year already gone, it’s time to re-focus on what you want for the rest of the year. What do you want to achieve before 2006 comes to a close? What is most important to you and how can you arrange your life so that you can accomplish it all? Do you want a promotion? Do you want to take on greater leadership at work? Do you want to create more advocates to support your career?
The time to claim the last 80% of the year and turn it into all the success you imagine and deserve is right now.
Have a goal-oriented week,
Dream Job Coach Joel Garfinkle was recently featured in articles that appeared in two well-known online publications. Bankrate article "Executive Coaches Hired to Shape Leaders" targets professionals seeking to enhance their leadership abilities. "Finding Your Dream Job," published on Forbes.com, is geared to individuals who want to land the dream job they were meant to have.
Executive Coaches Hired to Shape Leaders
Finding Your Dream Job
1) Get in touch with your interests.
Where your interests lie is where you'll find fulfillment in work. What is an interest? It'something that pulls you and draws you in the direction that will lead to insights that will create fulfillment in your work.
2) Find things you are curious about.
Make sure you include more of the things in your life that you are curious about and want to know more about. Satisfying your curiosity in work or daily life will automatically bring you greater fulfillment.
3) Take on new experiences.
Try to do things that are new to you or, at least, things that are somewhat unfamiliar. This will keep you open-minded, fresh, and awake.
4) Stay open to all possibilities.
Everything happens for a reason. You don’t know in this exact moment why something happens. So, stay open and willing.
5) Find like-minded people who can offer inspiration, support, and ideas.
These individuals will help you become more of who you most want to be.
|QUOTES OF THE WEEK
"Management is nothing more than motivating other people."
~ Lee Iacocca
"Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it."
~ Dwight D. Eisenhower
"Desire is the key to motivation, but it's determination and commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal -- a commitment to excellence -- that will enable you to attain the success you seek."
~ Mario Andretti
"Motivation is a fire from within. If someone else tries to light that fire under you, chances are it will burn very briefly."
~ Stephen R. Covey
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