Wednesday, February 16, 2011


Earl Nightangle in his famous "The Strangest Secret" audio that won the gold medal for personal development recording stated that out of 100 people, only 5 will really enjoyed their lives and able to achieve their dreams. This is shocking, but interesting as well. Earl continued by talking about how people don't have goals. People have wishes but not real goals, real goals are written on paper. To be effective, goals should be written down on paper.

They are many materials on how to set goals and how to work on them. Personally, I recommend books by Brian Tracy, Jim Rohn and also the classic self-help book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. 

The most simple way is to jot down all your goals on paper and review them regularly. You will have your long- range goals, and also short-term goals. Long-range goals are those that take more than a year to achieve. Short-term goals are those between a day to a year to accomplish.

You can write down your goals in any way convenient to you. But the most important thing is, your goals should be on paper. Thinking about your goals in your head is not sufficient, writing them down will start your journey toward success. Be a student of the art of goal setting and you will be grateful for the decision.

I hope this helps my friends:-)


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