*Today’s Goal Achievement Quote from Goal Habits.com

“I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do.” —Helen Keller

Happy Easter!

Enjoy today.
Achieve today.
Tomorrow is promised to no one!

Paul Sutherland

*GYA. It’s Good For Your Success

One of the habits that has the effect of allowing you to travel in the HOV lane on your journey to success is what we call GYA. We highly recommend GYA.

GYA stands for Give Yourself Away. We recommend adopting the GYA habit for the rest of your life. Giving of yourself obviously can take many forms, from a small donation in a coin drop to a year (or more) of your life in service to others in need. There is tons of stuff in between. Want to go faster, give more.

A lot of money is not necessary to be a meaningful and valued giver. You always have something to give: time, talent, or treasure.

The biggest reason GYA puts you on the fast track is what giving does for you, the giver. Helping and giving to those who have a need, actually changes and grows your self-image, self-worth, and self-esteem, all of which has the effect of Popeye’s spinach when it comes to you achieving goals and attaining success.Your entire outlook and demeanor become bigger, better, and stronger.

Now we know there is another reason GYA helps the giver. It seems you’re more likely to get or keep the job of your dreams. See the survey info regarding volunteering and career benefits here.

Visit one of our other sites, GYAtoday.com  here.

Enjoy today.
Achieve today.
Tomorrow is promised to no one!

Paul Sutherland

*Should Kids Have Goals?

“A majority of U.S. students lack faith in their ability to reach their goals, according to a nationally representative survey of 642 students last year by Gallup Inc. Although children begin to form their ideas about what they can and can’t achieve by age 7 or 8, only 42% of students ages 10 to 18 say they are energetically pursuing their goals, Gallup found. And only 35% strongly believe they can find ways around obstacles to their goals.”

This excerpt is from an article in last month’s Wall Street Journal. As a parent, guardian, or educator, this article can help you guide your youngsters in the goal achievement process. Interested? Read it here.

Enjoy today.
Accomplish today.
Tomorrow is promised to no one!

Paul Sutherland