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Stephane aka ''wiz'' is a Self Help Marketing Visionary living in Canada who's main passion is Focusing on Abilities and loves sharing knowledge and helping others on the topic of Internet marketing and self-improvement. In life as online, we face many hurdles. But we should always remember the Blocks that got us where we are each day.

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Achieve Your Goals

Aug 14th 2010 at 9:54 PM

Copyright © Stephane Tourigny
http://stephanetourigny.com


I Will Achieve My Planned Goals.

I Will Achieve My Planned Goals. Copyright © Stephane Tourigny http://stephanetourigny.com


There are methods you can utilize to increase the chance that you'll reach your goals.


The single most potent way to increase your chances of success in accomplishing your goals is to write them down. State your goal plainly. Utilize the present. (For instance: I'm reaching the bronze level in my organization in 1 month.) Set a target date for when you'll accomplish your goal.


Now distinctly picture yourself having already accomplished the goal. Be there. Produce as much detail as you can. Envisage the touch, color, scent, sounds ... as much as possible, even if it's just a faint impression.


Now come back to your goal and for each goal, work out the opening move. For instance, if you want to reach an organization level, then the next step may be to determine what is required for that level or it may be to decide which lead building tactic to use. If you can't decide on which should be the next step, just choose one and begin on it.


Between now and the next time you go over your goals, center on just completing that 1st (or next) step. Put the step on your to-do list. Take action on that step, regardless how small.


Set a steady time to review your goals. Daily or weekly is optimum. Envision, with as much detail as possible, having already accomplished your goal.


At this point, particularly as you envision, you might decide to correct your goal. For instance, as you progress through the steps, you might recognize that you really prefer a different level instead . That's perfectly ok. If this gets you to start over in the steps, you'll almost always find that you advance through the steps much more speedily on the corrected goal.


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Feb 21st 2017 at 2:07 AM by AdamBrown11
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Sep 6th 2010 at 8:36 AM by LindaFausset
Great article, complete and well written. The proof is in the pudding, if you are not writing down specific goals try it for one week. You will see L :-)
   
Aug 25th 2010 at 1:58 PM by schmity58
I think to accomplish your goals you need a strong burning desire and the faith in yourself to make your goals a reality.
   
Aug 21st 2010 at 6:58 PM by incomepowerboost
It’s very important to have goals and to constantly hold yourself accountable to achieve them. To make them easier and more achievable so you don’t get discouraged I suggest making three types of goals short term (easily quickly achievable) mid term and long term goals. This way you can have a sense of progression and will be less likely to be discouraged
   
Aug 18th 2010 at 12:25 PM by lifepro
I envision, review and attempt correcting my big goal on a daily basis... However, my stubborn head just won't let go of my initial ideas, goals and dreams... Love the Rainbow!
   
Aug 16th 2010 at 12:45 PM by robdomanesq
Nice job on the article! Writing goals down and picturing them helps me too. Plus I have to love the rainbow in your picture! - Rob
   

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