Getting Crystal Clear On Your {Long Term} Goals


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Goals have a true purpose.

And it is NOT providing you with the end result, or the goal you’re actually trying to achieve.


It’s the person you become as you travel on the journey to achieve your goals.

Take for instance a millionaire. What do you think is the greatest value in becoming a millionaire? The million dollars?


The greatest value in becoming a millionaire is the knowledge, discipline, skills and leadership qualities that a millionaire must develop in order to reach the status of millionaire. It’s the inner strength that develops to have enough willpower, commitment and courage to attract a million dollars. It’s the experience that is acquired in planning and developing strategies.

Think about it this way: Give a million dollars to someone who does not possess the attitude of a millionaire and that person will most likely lose it {you’ve seen the shows “How the Lottery Ruined My Life” right?}.

In other words, when someone becomes a millionaire, the least important thing is what they have. The most important thing is what they have become.

To have your goals transform you, you must set them high. Yet it is important to recognize that it is easy to become overwhelmed by the process of setting goals. So take the advice of the wise Jim Rohn on this subject of goal setting and relax.


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Now, I’ve created a worksheet with 5 steps to getting clear on your goals. I will warn you right now, this will take at least an hour of your time. AT LEAST. But it’s time to transform yourself from a spectator into a participant. This work lasts a LIFETIME, as goals are a lifelong preoccupation, ever-evolving, ever-changing. By doing this work, you’re taking the steps toward developing the kind of life you’ve always dreamed about but never believed would happen for you.

So let’s get on with it!

The sooner you exert the discipline, the sooner you’ll enjoy the results.

Without further ado, click here download my free worksheet: 5 Steps to Clear Goal Setting

Now go Carpe That Diem.

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