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Essential Skills Group – Goal Getting

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Description GettingUSING YOUR TIMELINES TO ACHIEVE I was wondering what it would be worth to you to attain your goals? If you’re like me you may have read lots of books which said to write down your goals for a day, a week, a month, a year, five years, and up to your lifetime. I thought about all the things dreamed about and wrote it all down, just like the books said. I did everything exactly like the books said, and I still didn’t get what I wanted. At first I thought that I must have done something wrong, until I talked to one person after the other who had the same pathetic results. For a long time I sat wondering what the strategies in the books were missing. I finally realized that all they did was have you think about your dreams, but they didn’t help you figure out how to take the first step toward getting there. One guy I know set the goal of being a millionaire by the time he was 25, and got really depressed when he turned 25 and was still making only about $500/week. He had done nothing to realize making his first million. There’s a huge difference between setting a goal and actually moving to go get it. There are also so many elements to consider. I mean do you really believe you can get what you want? Do you deserve it? Are you willing to do the things you need to do to get your goals? Or do you need to change them a little bit? And for all of you who can say yes to all these questions and know how to get there, what haven’t you been doing to motivate yourself to get everything you want? About a year and half ago I decided that I wanted to teach at the Speed Life seminar in Cancun. Within 3 months I set the groundwork to prove that I deserved to be invited. In the next 11 months I fine tuned this method so I could help all of you get all of the things you want in your lives.


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