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Category Archives: goals
Are you in the zone?
Last time I wrote about how one should not only set performance goals but also learning goals in line with Tim Galleway’s formula to maximize the return on investment of your work time: ROI = Performance + Learning + Enjoyment … Continue reading
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What do you get from your work?
„Basically, the reason I keep at it…is that my wife is from this area, she is very happy to be here, and it is the only firm of its type here that does the kind of law that I have … Continue reading
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Self-handicapping: Are you sabotaging yourself to avoid evaluation or failure?
I was watching an old episode of Grey’s Anatomy – my only TV addiction – where a lawyer who’s about to take the Bar exam in a few days for the 5th time is brought in for severe burns in … Continue reading
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Time travel: Will I really want to go for a run at 6 a.m. tomorrow?
How many times have you found yourself being puzzled about not being able to follow up on your goals although you were so convinced when you set them? Examples?
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Make it automatic!
I wish the title was related to a way I’ve found to make my blogs automatic but when I am on (a looong) vacation there’s still an inevitable gap. Rather, the title is about how to make our action-taking automatic … Continue reading