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Using Goal Setting to Achieve Your Dreams

Goal setting is a great tactic and can really give you edge when trying to achieve anything in life not just your fitness goals. Professional sports people use it regularly and many teams actually have a sports psychologist on board full time who is valued as much as a team doctor. What the professionals are doing today usually trickles down to the rest of us tomorrow, but I’m going to explain the steps here so you can get the edge to today.

Research continually shows that performance is linked to goals that are set. Your goals are what you set out to achieve in a time frame that you also set. Research also shows that the clearer the goals the more of them are met.

Setting your self clear and defined weight loss goals will not guarantee you success but it will give you a significantly better chance of achieving what you want then people who have either no goals or very vague ones.

Here is a step by step guide of how you can write out your own well formed goals. It should take no longer than 3 hours to do and once you have finished leave it for a few days and then revisit them and see if that is really what you want, only then will you know for sure. Regularly review you goals to keep you focussed and on track to achieving them, this will take you no longer than ten minutes at a time.

  1. Write down exactly and precisely what your ideal world would be like three years from today.

  2. Make sure your description is well balanced and that you have covered all areas of your life, don’t neglect anything.

  3. Make sure your description is very specific, if you want a certain type of shoes, what are their brand? Exactly what colour are they? Where will you buy them? How will they make you feel? Etc.

  4. Make sure your description is challenging but not impossible.

  5. Make sure it is what you really want.

  6. Repeat steps 1-5 for one year goals, identifying any milestone to reach along the way.

  7. Repeat steps 1-5 for 6 months, 3 months and 1 week goals.

Good luck and I hope that you achieve all that you desire!

About Author
Ross Adkin is a Personal trainer east london and owner of City of London Personal Training. You can find more information at his website City of London Personal Training

Create The Hair Of Your Dreams

Whether you are a man or a woman, the health of your hair has been drawn other people’s attention and has made you feel proud of your overall looks; at least from time to time. But, with a million of different hairstyles out there, people always end up confused at their hairstylist’s chair, looking stressed on the next feature they will add to their hairstyle. Short, curly, long, wavy, frizzy, layered, or braided, hairstyles can alter our mood and our confidence levels. This part of our looks can become as distinctive as we want and represent our mood, our views, or the way we think for ourselves. Believe it or not, a hairstyle can help to accentuate or draw away attention from certain facial characteristics. Depending on our face’s bone structure, the right type of haircut can illustrate our best features and help us feel confident with our looks. For example, when a face is too round hairstylists will probably advice the customer to put a side part in the hair in order to lengthen the image of the face. For thin faces, curls or fullness at the sides will create the necessary illusion.

If a nose is proportionately larger than the rest of the face’s characteristics, a full hairstyle or upswept crown will make the nose less noticeable. If the problem is that of a high forehead, a horizontal line of full bangs can cover the “extra” forehead and thus balancing the face. But apart from having the proper hairstyle, it is essential to take good care of the hair so as to continue enjoying their glow and improve their texture. Smoke, air-conditioning, heaters, extra moisture, or dry climates, can all damage the way hair behaves and reduce their overall quality. Thus, maintaining a healthy-looking hairstyle is important and not that difficult after all. One needs only to know what to do and it is easy to create the hairstyle of his or her dreams. First of all, look for essential oils, herbs and vegetable oils in your hair care products.

Essential oils such as rosemary, ylang-ylang and West Indian bay stimulate hair growth. Lavender and tea tree and naturally antiseptic and help to fight dandruff. Vegetable oils such as soybean oil, safflower oil and corn oil are moisturizing and conditioning. Try to avoid shampoos that contain sodium laurel sulfate, or sodium laureth sulfate, as these chemicals are synthetic detergents that are used in dishwashing liquid and other cleansers. They are valued because they lather well, but they are very harsh and can dry out your hair. Shampoos with decyl glucose, or decyl glucoside, are much gentler to your hair and scalp. From time to time, give yourself a warm oil treatment to deep condition your hair. The heated oil penetrates the hair shaft making it more flexible and adding shine; this technique can also help dry and long hair from developing spit ends.

Remember to eat right and receive all the necessary vitamins and minerals that will help your hair grow and be conditioned. Vitamin E, B and C are essential for good quality hair. Furthermore, those with extra curly hair have to avoid brushing them. A wide toothed comb or your own fingers can do the work. In addition, avoid sleeping while wearing your hair accessories, as this can lead to hair damage. While shampooing your hair, remember to massage your scalp, as this increases the blood circulation in the area and helps hair grow faster. Finally, every six to eight weeks remember to give your hair a trim and get rid of those ugly looking damaged ends. Distributed by Hair Growth Products – Hair Growth

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Milan Has Expertised in content writing. Distributed by Hair Growth ProductsHair Growth

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