Have you set personal and professional goals for the New Year? Did you take time to reflect on last year’s performance to identify the obstacles that hindered your success? Perhaps you encountered challenges, so you lost hope and gave up?
Dale Carnegie said, “Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed no hope at all. If half a century of living has taught me anything at all, it has taught me that nothing can bring you peace but yourself.”
Goal attainment doesn’t happen overnight or without change. The critical ingredient is to set the intention which is where our goals take center stage, and to develop a plan of action to attain them. One thing is for certain—you will encounter new risks, challenges, competition and changes every day. The question is, do you have a plan of action and the confidence necessary to conquer them?
If not, fear not. The tools required to increase self-confidence and build a foundation for success are taught in the world-famous, eight-week Dale Carnegie Course. An alternative format of just three full days is offered in Strictly Business: The Dale Carnegie Immersion Seminar. Click here to learn more.