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Dec 20

Goal Setting To Goal Achieving

Goal Setting

Goal Setting (Photo credit: angietorres)

I’ve always known that setting goals is important, but I haven’t been able to effectively move from goal setting to goal getting.

How do I move beyond developing and writing down my specific goals to actually making them a reality?

How can I make a plan on achieving my goals if I have no idea how to go about achieving them?

What habits do I need to develop?

What type of person do I need to be so I can focus on moving forward and do what needs to be done to be successful?

I discovered a different methodology for achieving goals.  The Goal Factory Formula is a system developed by Jeff Gignac.

The Goal Factory Formula will walk you through a process to create a personalized blueprint for your goal achievement.  If you follow this formula, you will start seeing positive results within 7 days of executing your blueprint.

I received this methodology as a bonus a couple of years ago, but did not follow through in creating my blueprint.  I recently received an e-mail from Jeff Gignac with access information to the Goal Factory Formula re-engergizing me to try again.  I am ready to make massive changes in 2013.  I need to do something different if I plan to get different results.

Since I am on vacation from work, this is a perfect time to dedicate towards creating a working blueprint to create the life of my dreams

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  1. Shanna Carson

    Excellent Post!

    There is also a little technique you can use, if you have the courage that will almost guarantee the achievement of big goals and dreams. It is based on the idea of “social pressure”.

    Think about this; let’s say you have a goal to lose a certain amount of weight or achieve some desired level of fitness. You can set the goal privately and tell yourself, “I am going to achieve this goal by August 1.” On the other hand, you can make the goal public by telling all of your friends and family what you intend to do and even give a date for your desired completion.

    As soon as you take that goal public, you move into a different state of mind. No longer are you at the mercy of your own self-discipline (which has been tarnished by years of bad habits). Now you have a much more powerful force dictating your day to day actions and decisions.

    1. Lori

      I definitely see the value of taking a goal public. It is also a little scary having yourself accountable, but then you would work harder to ensure you take action to achieve your goal. Thanks for the tip!

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