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First Day of the Second Half of the Year

July 1, 2018 // 4 Comments

Source A reminder popped up earlier today to tell me it’s the first of the month and I should put in some stats for the previous month. Before I did that, I realized we are already half way through this year. It’s not very funny to look at the status of your goals at the deadline, if you missed them. I have to admit most of my half-year goals for 2018 are missed by a lot. :)

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How to Set Out Great Goals?

September 9, 2017 // 2 Comments

Do you know how to set out great goals? We all set out goals even as children. We may have been pretty relentless in tracking some of them. Earning a few pennies here and there to buy something we really wanted, learning to pass an exam or to get a good grade, or taking the girl we liked out, these were important goals at the time. As adults we want a great family, kids, a great neighborhood, car, house etc. We might aim at certain jobs, salaries, club memberships, titles and so on. It’s likely you want to make money online or start a home-business online. And each of them is a big goal for you, if you want it. If you set out great goals, and how effective you are in pursuing them, well, that’s a big topic, and we’ll start today by unveiling what makes a goal great (for you). How should great goals look like? Specific. Don’t use general terms, be as specific as possible in your goal (especially for longer terms). Here’s an unspecific goal: I want to become a better online marketer. Here’s a specific goal: I want to become a better email marketer. “Email marketer” is more specific compared to “online marketer”. Measurable. Your goal’s progress and finalization must have a clear, non-subjective method of being measured and determined. Here’s a non-measurable goal: I want to add more subscribers to my list. Here’s a measurable goal: I want to add at least 100 more subscribers to my list. Do you notice the difference? “More subscribers” can mean 2 more. “at least 100 more” is measurable. You will see below being a measurable goal is still not enough. Attainable. Using the experience, means and resources available to you when you set the goal, it must […]

Your Goals Charts

How to Use Your Goals Charts?

September 2, 2017 // 0 Comments

In our previous post, I told you that, with our new ‘Your Goals’ add-on our members can set out, prioritize, and track your goals’ accomplishment analyze the charts about the achievement of your previous goals improve your future goals both as a result of consistent goal setting and achieving, and from the insights discovered from the charts After describing Your Goals Tracker tool in our previous blog post, which takes care of the the first point of the list above, it’s now time to tell you about Your Goals Charts, which can be used to accomplish the next two points. Before we go to the analysis part, let’s take a few tiny steps. If you haven’t set out any daily goals yet using Your Goals Tracker (not today, not ever), here’s how your daily chart will look like this: You access Your Goals Charts after you log in your Private Hub, from ‘Your Goals Charts’ option in ‘Training & Tools’ menu. The 3 missed / unset goals represent the goals you will potentially miss out for today. Once you set out your first goal, the chart will look like this: It says “set out, without finality”, because you haven’t marked it as achieved or failed yet (before the end of term, which in this case is 3am New York time). Next, let’s see how the chart would potentially look next day, before any new goals for the next day are set out. Three more “unset / missed” goals are generated for the new day, before you set out the new goals. In the example above, for today I would have all three goals set, two of them achieved, and one, for exemplifying purposes, failed. I like to water the lawn, I find it relaxing, but it isn’t in my 3 […]

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