Think Like a Boss: Set Your Goals Right!

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Set goals. People without goals, in the long run, can\’t really function at all. So set goals, but set them wisely. We all want to be beautiful, rich, and successful. But make your goals personal.For some, success is finding a lifelong mate; for others, it\’s getting their dream job.

vision boardEstablish a schedule

Divide your goals into several groups. These will be purely personal groups for you. They can include your career, fitness progress, and other visions for the future. Don\’t be afraid to get specific.
vision board

Be specific
Instead of the word success, choose a word that resonates with you. Is it a promotion? Getting a job outside of your industry? Closing a big deal? Write it down and dissect it.

Small steps.
Once a goal is around the corner, it becomes unattainable. Learn to break down a goal into small steps that can be taken daily or weekly to achieve it.

jednání, muž a žena.
If you want to be in perfect shape, you must feelthat such a goal is long-term and that you will have to make many sacrifices to achieve it.
Tosameh applies to getting a dream job, a place to live, or perhaps even the perfect partner.

1.) So first decidewhat that goal means to you (be it muscle, fitness, or a toned body)
2.) Create a vision board. Fill it with pictures of dream accomplishments. Goals.
This way, the vision becomes [54] more concrete and easier to understand.
jednání, muž a žena

3.) Determine how much sacrifice must be made to achieve a certain goal. For example, to lose 5 pounds, one might be willing to start running regularly, but not willing to stop eating potato chips. To get promoted at work, they are willing to improve their qualities, but not willing to sacrifice their family to stay at work. [62] So, like a real boss, set boundaries [63].
Don\’t be afraid to assess your worth or the value of your goals.
4)Write down smaller goals to accomplish this week in order to get closer to your larger goals. For example, do you want a job outside of your industry? Start by compensating for your educational background. To make up for your education, you need to start taking courses. Write everything down and make a plan.


What is inflation?

Inflation in the Czech Republic has been rising recently, with prices in our country rising at the fastest pace in the past five years. However, economists say that inflation has peaked and will see a turnaround. Livestock prices will stabilize again, and fuel oil prices will brake next year thanks to cheap crude oil. Thus, we can expect inflation to ease in the coming months.
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Food prices are rising because of the increased income of Czechs. Butter is at 51% and eggs at 37%. In addition to food, real estate and interest rates also rise. In addition, spending has increased significantly in recent months, which is reflected in the overall economy.
The term inflation can also be understood as an increase in the price level over time and is measured by the consumer price index in all EU countries. For a country\’s financial sector, low inflation is most beneficial because it is a factor that drives interest rates, while high inflation overheats a country\’s economy
For example, in 2008, inflation rose by 3.7% per year. Only the Baltic countries, Romania, and Bulgaria had higher inflation rates than the Czech Republic; from 2002 to 2007, the Czech Republic had one of the lowest inflation rates. However, the highest rates were 10.7% in 1998 and 10% in 1994.
During periods of high inflation, only citizens who have fixed their loan payments over the long term benefit from it. For most, however, the loss comes in the form of increased spending on purchased goods and services.
finanční analýza
Deflation, which we understand to be the opposite of inflation, is good news for citizens because they will purchase more goods for the same wage. On the other hand, this phenomenon is not good for the country\’s economy. Creditors struggle to repay debts that are higher because of deflation, and people stop saving because interest rates are not high enough. It also leads to higher unemployment.
Starting January 2018, the consumer price index will be calculated according to a newly introduced classification that introduces a more detailed breakdown in the consumer basket.