Jan 29 – Why Do You Pursue Your Goals? ($1000 scholarship for best answer)

When in between goals and "resting,"  take time to evaluate the underlying reasons you pursue your goals.   It will give you renewed energy in your next big pursuit.

Take time when in between goals to rest and contemplate the underlying reason why you pursue your goals. This re-energizes you to go after your next big goal.

Cheetah Certified Project Manager (CCPM) Tip of the Day

Jan 29 – For many, it is the pursuit of meaningful goals far more than their achievement that brings the most satisfaction. So when you reach one goal, dream the big dreams that are right for you and set the wheels in motion to go for the next goal.


Michelle LaBrosse, CCPM, PMP, PMI-ACP

What underlies your reasons for pursuing your goals? Is it to attain a deeper level of life satisfaction, the thrill of seeing something you dreamed of come to fruition, the challenge of the pursuit, or something else? Post your answer on the Cheetah Learning FB page comment section for this tip of the day. For the person whose comment receives the most likes, we are awarding a $1000 scholarship towards any Cheetah Learning course. The winner will be selected February 3, 2014 at 8 AM PST.

Click here to post your answer on the Cheetah Learning Facebook Page

Consider sharing this with your friends who are in a career transition, as the Cheetah Certified Project Manager program can help them find their way to the best fit career for them.

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