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4 Tips for Setting Powerful Goals

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4 Tips for Setting Powerful Goals

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The internet is replete with life advice, but sometimes the classics are gold.


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It’s easy to fall victim to distraction and wander aimlessly through life. Or maybe you know where you want to go, but, nevertheless, feel like a pinball: always bouncing from one crisis to the next, putting out fires, but never making progress. According to motivational speaker Jim Rohn, the cure for both of these conditions lies in setting and achieving good old-fashioned goals. You’ve probably heard this advice before, but sometimes classic wisdom is also the best. Use this comprehensive and inspiring guide to get started.  

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Goals have their own gravity; they’ll pull you toward your desired future.

Are you letting your past determine your present and future? While the past offers importance lessons, you don’t want it serving as your primary influence. Unleash your imagination to discover your sincerest dreams and, thus, the direction you want your future to take. Then move toward achieving that specific aspiration.

Strong, meaningful goals are magnetic. They provide unwavering focus that helps you to block out distractions, and they give you the determination to get through bad times. Goals encourage you to learn and grow in new ways.

To achieve your goals, first take stock of your life to date.

If you want to realize your dreams, you need to take some time to evaluate your life’s path thus far. Schedule some regular quiet time to take an honest look at ...

About the Author

Jim Rohn (1930–2009) was an American entrepreneur, a leader in the personal development movement, an author and a motivational speaker.


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