2 Ways to limit distraction and actually get work donePick the Brain

Opportunities to learn are all around you. From every misstep you take, to every negative encounter or hard day at work, lessons abound. Each moment of friction carries with it something to be gained. Take my life at this moment, for instance. I work from home. And, normally, it’s a pretty great setup. I sit at a neat desk located next to a large window. The window overlooks a lush, green canyon and when it’s open a warm breeze blows throughout my home. I play music on my white Sonos speaker to stay in the zone, focused on writing. I’m productive. A balance Life has recently changed though (for the better). My wife and I had our first child some …

3 Ways To Ensure You Actually Reach Your Goals

If you’d like to learn how to properly set sustainable goals so you can accomplish them and improve your life, sign up for the free 90-Day Master Class hosted by the founder of Addicted2Success.com, Joel Brown. Most people get goal setting all wrong. Goal setting is not a complicated thing. In fact, once you know what you’re doing, it’s quite straightforward. However, somewhere along the line, people seemed to confuse goal setting with resolutions. They can also confuse goal setting with daydreaming or with wishful thinking. That’s not goal setting. Saying I want to: Lose weight – isn’t a goal Run a marathon someday – isn’t a goal Start a business eventually – isn’t a goal These are aspirations and …