|From a student…
I didn’t want this year to end without sending my thanks to you. One of my lifelong goals has always been to become an author of mystery novels. I can’t tell you how many times over the years, I picked up a pen and started to write. This year, I completed my first novel; am about a third of the way through the third rewrite of my second novel, and am also working on the 1st draft of my third novel. The first novel, has been accepted by an agent and I’m keeping my fingers crossed. The goals class helped me to direct my focus and it also helped me break what seemed like an enormous task into manageable steps. I can’t thank you enough.
|Transforming Resolutions into Reality
A 5-Week Goal Workshop BEGINS 1/3/11
REGISTER BY 1/1 TO RECEIVE YOUR LOGIN ID THIS WEEKEND
I T H A S B E E N S A I D the best way to predict the future is to create it and I couldn’t agree more. Every December 31st a special midnight passes, marking a new slate of 365 days. During these once-a-year happenings millions of people set their intentions and goals for the new year. Most of these people will abandon their goals by February or lose steam. Why? Choosing a goal is only the first step. Reaching a goal requires planning, a goal map, action, attitude, energy and accountability.
This workshop takes you, step-by-step, through the breakdown Brook uses for setting and achieving goals in her own life.
Imagine leaving Los Angeles with instructions to go to New York. Obviously, it would be easier to accomplish this with a map. Without a map, the trip would be nearly impossible, or require much more time and effort than the simple process of purchasing a map. Goals work the same way. Clearly defined goals identify a starting point and the most efficient path to a desired point. In this course you’ll learn how to build a personal goal map with S.M.A.R.T. goals for 2011.
Creating a clear goal map is the first step–but far from the only one. Written goals that are set aside are as useful as putting a map in your glove box, yet expecting to know which road to take without ever looking at it. Goal maps need to be consulted regularly, just like a roadmap, and if you get off course, you need to take the shortest route to get back on track. You’ll learn how to break down your goal map into milestones, benchmarks and action steps to create a checklist for success.
If we return to our driving example, we likely need a few more tools to make the trek–like a vehicle and fuel. In the world of goals we are the vehicle; our attitude and energy are the fuel. Attitude and Energy are two of the six areas explored in Brook’s goal formula, along with Planning, Action, Support and Vision.
If you are ready to quit talking about what you would like to achieve in your life, and ready to begin achieving it, join us on January 3rd, 2011 and transform your resolutions into reality. To register or learn more about how this course works, please visit http://brooknoel.com/ or, click the link below to order now: