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As has been explored in the previous articles (Part 1 and Part 2), there may be various possible dynamics at play in our relationships with our goals. “Sometimes We Run…” is a metaphor that illustrates some of the ways we … Continue reading
Making New Year’s resolutions before the year begins is extremely common. Still, it is important because it defines your intentions to better your life. Unfortunately the breaking of these resolutions, or forgetting them by March also happens frequently. Resolutions that … Continue reading
Want to Succeed? Then take the 7 Steps to Greater Authenticity! By: Rich Liotta, Ph.D. Sometimes goals and resolutions are empty and disembodied from our spirit and soul. No wonder they fail! Often they are not authentic; they are not … Continue reading
By: Rich Liotta ©2010 In Sometimes We Run… Part 1 two of the primary ways that we run in relationship to our goals were addressed, running away from and running towards our goals (See that article here). There are several … Continue reading
Everything we do is goal directed, whether we are pursuing success, accomplishment, satisfaction, service, love, acceptance, or simply comfort and the absence of pain. Goals are always with us, whether consciously acknowledged or not. We seek them, achieve them, fail … Continue reading