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Daily Habits vs. Long Term Goals Which is More Important? As a coach, I get asked this question (or one similar to it) very often….. People want to know what types of goals are best. They ask which are most appropriate. I’m asked about ratio of short-term, intermediate and long-term goals. Coaching clients ask me about S.M.A.R.T. goals. These goals are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely. Even though these are valid and important questions, there is something far more important…. This is where I get blunt, direct, and to the point. In case you are new to my blog, this is the method of communication I prefer. I’d rather be honest and helpful, rather than fake/kind and fluffy any day. Truth is truth, and results speak for themselves. I’m not the coach who tells you “good job” or “way to go” if what you are doing is wrong and not helpful to you. That just doesn’t help anyone. Rah-rah and happy-clappy coaches can be found everywhere (except with the most successful business people, athletes and experts).


I digress…. let’s move on…. Read the rest of this blog post here >>> Thanks for your time, Dr. John Spencer Ellis "JSE" http://www.johnspencerellis.com http://www.spencerinstitute.com http://www.nestacertified.com


Daily Habits vs. Long Term Goals: Strategies for Success