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YEN PATH: Taking Steps Towards What You Want in Life - for more information visit www.YenPath.com
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Portland Business Journal - September 11, 2009 edition has a guest column by Jenny titled; "Fit body, good nutrition essential to executive productivity". Click here to read the article.
Four Steps to a Better Life Book
by Jenny Gallagher
With the right motivation, anyone can lead a more fulfilling life. Jenny Gallagher offers a means to that motivation here, in short, highly readable chapters full of inspirational and effective tools that you can begin integrating into your busy schedule starting today. Her Four Steps say it all: the "I-C-A-N" approach of intention, clarity, action and next steps allows for an easy-to-remember strategy that lets you set goals you can reach, take action that delivers results, and much more. Don't put your dreams and goals off any longer!
What Are the Four Steps?
I- Intention: This is your idea, goal or dream. Initially this can be vague and the best way to get results is to move on to the following steps.
C - Clarity: Lots of different techniques can be used to bring about clarity. Without clarity you can lack motivation to move forward. You can also waste time and money by going in the wrong direction. This is where life coaching provides significant value.
A - Action: This is what makes people successful. You cannot be afraid to act. And with a good action plan from the Clarity-Step this can be very rewarding!
N - Next Steps: If you got great results then you probably have a new goal you want to work on. And if you didn't get great results this is when you can learn from the past actions and move forward from there. Look at it like learning a new musical instrument or sport. Practice makes perfect!
Think "I can!", not "I can't because...". Learning to focus on what you can do, or want in your life is much more rewarding. There is not need to focus on what you can't do, or do not want.
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