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If You Learn It, Prove It, Use It — 32 Comments

  1. It is exciting to use what you learn. I agree, you can teach any one new tricks, even old dogs. 😉

  2. Congratulations to you on making the move from student to working woman. Please stop by and let us know how things are going for you.

  3. Good for you changing your attitude about goall setting. When you set SMART (Specific Measurable Attainable Realitic and Time Bound) goals upi are ,pre ;ole;u tp sicceeed amd to feel better about yourself.

  4. Yes, talk, talk and talk is worthless. It is by putting action to things that stuff really gets interesting.

  5. Yes, when you start your new blog, come on over to the Pushing Lovely group and join us!

  6. it’s just a dream until you take action. then it’s a goal 🙂

  7. It is exciting to look back at accomplishments. While you are working, it all seems hard and there is no celebrating. It is when you look back that you can see all the accomplishments that came from the work.

  8. That’s awesome, Janeane! It’s great that you’ve learned that you are able to do much more than you ever dreamed. The HTML and knowledge of building an online community is not an easy thing to master, either. Thanks for sharing your positivity!

  9. I heard something the other day: It takes just as much energy to dream small and it does to dream big.

  10. WTG! 🙂 As long as we are consistent and persistent at our goals we surely can achieve it. I still don’t know how to transfer blogger blogs to wordpress though 🙁

  11. This is very nice tips, you are right, you should also share your learnings with others so they could see if you’ve really learned.

  12. I am sitting here trying to think of realistic goals for next year. I set mine too low last year apparently because I accomplished them and went a lot farther than I had planned to go. Not that I am complaining just want more of a challenge.

  13. This is really inspiring. I dream of becoming someone but haven’t got the guts. So I am frustrated. I hope I can overcome my frustrations.

  14. As someone making the transition from student to working woman very soon this is a topic that I have given a lot of thought to. Your article added further fuel to that fire. Thanks!

  15. I have learned how to be more patien and how to take some time off. I’m not good at setting goals either but hope to get better at it in 2014.

  16. I’m bad at setting goals. I usually set really vague goals that are hard to succeed at as they’re not really there to begin with. However, this coming year I’m planning on setting specific goals that I can follow and achieve.

  17. I am with you. My fav motto is from the Nike commercials, and I tell everyone, “Just Do It!” Don’t talk about it, take action!

  18. I was just thinking today about setting some realist goals for 2014. Definitely gonna be TAN-ing with my goals, both personal and business! Thanks!

  19. You have some awesome goals for 2014! My goals are mostly blogging related too! Cheers to being productive in 2014!

  20. Wow! I needed to hear that this morning! I’m planning on starting a new blog this year. I’ll be heading over to your Facebook group and blog! Thanks for posting!

  21. With the beginning of the New Year right around the corner I am going to sit down and write out my business goals for the year. Thanks for the tips on being specific, realizing some personal characteristics, and learning how to really find the success you are looking for. This post is great timing for me!

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