Look, unpredictable events, good and bad, will happen. In fact, they happen so often that you could say they’re… predictable? The real variable in predicting the future is you.
It turns out any of us, even a non-scientific guy like me, can see the future if we’ll learn where and how to look.
This a proven, mega-successful system you can use forever. By now you’ve got a set of about 10-11 goals listed and you’ve created plans for the larger, more detailed goals. Our final step is to speed up the process, right? This is a list of ways to achieve your goals faster than you ever thought possible.
A goal without a plan is just a wish. -Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Many people have goals, few ever create real plans to achieve them. Follow the process below and you’ll be on your way to real transformation. Start by writing the goal at the top of the page…
This is step two in my 4-part Virtuoso Goal Achievement System. Here you’ll take your brainstorming from last week and turn it into specific outcomes, where you want to be by the beginning of 2018. It really works!
How to start 2017 with a clear idea of where you want to be by 2018. This, combined with my next post will give you a clear, empowering plan to create the perfect outcomes in 2017.
If you don’t know what you want you have a great opportunity. Here are some questions to help you flesh out what you want for 2017 and beyond…
You are a genius. At something. Perhaps many things. When you act on your genius you unleash your greatest power on a world that desperately needs it! Teenagers need to hear this as well.
I Need To Be More Like My Beagle… Well, Kinda… We recently adopted a rescue dog, a five-year old Beagle mutt named Daisy. First of all, definitely adopt a rescue dog if you can give it a good home. There is so much need and the love you’ll experience with your family pet is more…
There is ALWAYS something for which to be thankful in your life. And there is always something for which to be thankful in others. If you try you can thank even your greatest enemy or the most failed human being for something. So my tip is to become incessant and prolific in saying “thank you.”