The first, my “framework”, was a goal I laid out in my early 20s of living in at least 5 cities before I turned 30. Now at the time I was a very optimistic young capitalist, and I figured by 2012 I would have already sold my first business for millions and would be living like a King in the capitals of the world: London, New York, Moscow, Tokyo etc.
1. You Learn You Are Your Weakest Link, Not Your Greatest Strength The GPA system strongly favours having a wide-reaching average intelligence over specific strengths. An A+ will award you a 4.33. I believe a C- is a 2.0, a D is a 1.66, and a fail is a 0. If you need a GPA of 3.7 to achieve some …
No time like New Years to set some life goals. The problem is, what is the best way to do it? How can you set goals in the way that is most likely to lead to success. Read on to learn why I don’t like SMART goals, and what I suggest doing instead.
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