As the personal development expert Brian Tracy says, you have two choices in life: you can either work on your own goals, or you can work for someone else and help them achieve their goals.
Did you know that only a small percentage of the population has clearly written goals that they work on every day? These are the people who end up achieving the most in life.
You've probably reached the point where you realize that setting goals might be beneficial and I'm here to tell you that you're entirely right. You are also wondering how to set goals effectively.
You're now just one click away from making the decision to set goals for yourself. Setting goals is one of the most important decisions you can make in your life, and it can bring immense satisfaction. So start setting goals today. I promise you won't regret it!
What this book will do for you:
Give you the opportunity to discover and set goals that matter to you
Teach you how to set short-term and long-term goals in all areas of your life.
Help you realize your potential and achieve more than you thought possible.
Provide you with an effective strategy to achieve your goals.
Enable you to overcome the obstacles that you'll encounter while working towards your goals.
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Discover goals you didn't even know you had!
I think so. There are some gems in this book!
I really like the Goal Setting exercises. I discovered a few goals I didn't on a conscious level know I wanted to achieve. Hey! I was impressed with that which gave me new focus as well.
I like all the reminders of what positive self talk can do for you!!!
Solid, consise review of effective goal setting
There's nothing new in this book, but it's a well-organized summary of best practices for setting appropriate goals and achieving them. There's also a useful workbook on the authors site that you download for additional help. I liked the short length, sometimes I feel that authors pad out and repeat information just to make the book longer, but this got to the point. The biggest weakness I saw is the lack of pointers to others' work who may have covered some of the newer or more novel ideas first or in more detail. Would have been nice to give credit to those who did that work and it would give listeners ideas of where to look for more information if they want to explore that idea in more depth, for example, the deliberate practice section. The material itself was maybe just shy of 4 stars in my view, but appropriate length and excellent narration pushed it up to 4.