4 Ways to Meet Your Goals in 2013

December is usually when we look back on all we’ve accomplished during the year. More so, it’s the time of year where we feel a pang for all that we wished to accomplish and didn’t.

December is usually when we look back on all we’ve accomplished during the year. More so, it’s the time of year where we feel a pang for all that we wished to accomplish and didn’t. We feel guilty and disappointed about falling short of what we set out to achieve, or, even when we are successful, we wonder what else we could have done if we had set better goals. “I need more time!” we often lament.

Do you need more time—or do you need better methods of setting goals? Because really, it’s all about how you use your time.
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