#Leadership #Tip of the Day – Achieving Goals

Setting Goals

Go above and beyond with today’s leadership tip!

Adopt a learning attitude toward achieving goals at work. Step out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself to become skilled in a new area. It’s all about how you perceive it. If you choose to see a challenge as a learning opportunity and a way to showcase your versatility, you will encounter fewer roadblocks and have greater success in achieving your goals.

Leadership Quote of the Day:

A man should have any number of little aims about which he should be conscious and for which he should have names, but he should have neither name for, nor consciousness concerning, the main aim of his life. – Samuel Butler

Leadership Article of the Day:

The Goals That Guide Us – Psychology Today

Leadership Book of the Day:

The 4 Disciplines of Execution – Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, Jim Huling

From the Book: 4DX is not theory. It is a proven set of practices that have been tested and refined by hundreds of organizations and thousands of teams over many years. When a company or an individual adheres to these disciplines, they achieve superb results—regardless of the goal. 4DX represents a new way of thinking and working that is essential to thriving in today’s competitive climate. Simply put, this is one book that no business leader can afford to miss.

Leadership Video of the Day:

Success magazine’s How Goal Achieving Really Works.

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