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Why People Fail To Achieve Their Goals

It’s pretty common to hear people, especially on social media, broadcast their goals in life. They want to be “this” and “that.” They’ll be big superstars by the time they turn 25, or they’ll be millionaires by 30, and so on.

For the most part, these goals are mere posturing. They’re not actually going to achieve their goals. Sure, they’re probably going to start drafting a plan on how exactly they’re going to conquer their goals, but they’re still going to fail big time.

The #1 reason why people fail to achieve goals is that they’re not making the right kind of goals. They’re only making vague goals.

Ask them the specifics of their goal, and they won’t have a solid answer. They just want to become rich, they just want to be happy, they want to become financially free. But they don’t know exactly when that’s going to happen. If you ask them, they’ll probably say “whenever.”

Another reason is that most people are all talk, and no action. They’ll share their goals with everyone, but when it comes to taking action, they’ll bolt.

Even if they have a smart goal in place, they’ll still lack that motivation to actually do something to achieve that goal. They’ll find it too hard or too difficult. Suddenly, they’ll be too busy working on something else and won’t have time to work on their goals.

The third reason is people simply can’t commit. They probably think someone else is going to help them achieve their goals! But that’s their goal, right?

Or, maybe they’ve got a few hundred big goals they’re working on (small goals toward a single big goal is different) and they don’t know which goal they’re going to pursue today.

They can’t make up their minds. They can’t even be bothered to figure out which goal appeals most to them, they’re just putting everything out there, hoping someday something will come to life!

Lastly, many people don’t know how to deal with failure. They encounter failure for the first time, and they tuck their tails in and hide away somewhere, never to be seen again.

The right approach when dealing with failure is to learn from it. It’s okay to feel hurt, to feel disappointed in yourself. But don’t let that be the reason you no longer want to move forward with your goals.

The Fundamentals of Goal-Setting


Have you heard that you’re 97% more likely to achieve your goals if you write

them down?

The truth is that goal setting is important. In fact, it’s without goal setting you

may never achieve the dreams of your heart.

Every person in the world devotes countless hours to thinking of their future

and their present situation in life. Almost everyone wishes that there was

something that they could change in their life.

Whether you dream of a new car, a boat, or even to be a movie star, goal

setting is the important catalyst to your success. So let’s get started because in

this audio you will learn the fundamentals of goal setting, which begins with -

how to choose the RIGHT goals to focus on.

Many of us are great at trying to set goals; most of us are practically incapable

of following through with them. Think about it. How many times have you

decided on a course of action and simply didn’t follow through with it?

That is pretty much the norm for most people. Sometimes even setting goals at

all is the harder part of accomplishing any. The easiest way of looking at this is

to think of each and every New Year.

What is the biggest topic of conversation every year on New Year’s Eve? It is

actually the resolutions. But most us will only keep our resolutions for a short

time. With each passing day and week, fewer and fewer of us STICK to our

plans and our goals!

Sometimes setting goals alone is not the only problem that you must face.

Sometimes, choosing the right goals to begin with is harder. Basically, you can

choose to work any goal that you feel is necessary for your health, stability and

happiness.

Goal setting is nothing more than a formal process for personal planning. By

setting goals on a routine basis you decide what you want to achieve, and then

move in a step-by-step manner towards the achievement of these goals

The process of setting goals and targets allows you to choose where you want

to go in life. By knowing exactly what you want to achieve, you know what you

have to concentrate on to do it.

Goal setting is a standard technique used by professional athletes, successful

business people and high achievers in all fields. It gives you long-term vision

and provides you with short-term motivation.

It helps to focus your attention and knowledge, which helps you to organize

your resources. By setting sharp and clearly defined goals, you can measure

and take pride in the achievement of those goals. You can see forward

progress in what might previously have seemed a long pointless effort.

By setting goals, you will also raise your self-confidence, as you recognize your

ability to meet the goals that you have set. The process of achieving goals and seeing this achievement gives you confidence that you will be able to achieve

higher and more difficult goals later on.

Goals are set on a number of different levels.

In the first place, you decide what you want to do with your life and

what large-scale goals you want to achieve.

Second, you break these down into the smaller aims that you must hit so that

you reach your overall lifetime goals. Finally, once you have your plan, you

start working towards achieving it.

May abundance be with you!

OPENING YOUR ABUNDANCE

Ever heard of a certain short story of a woodcutter who accidentally dropped his old axe deep in a lake one evening? Poor guy isn’t a swimmer. All he could do is fixing his despaired gaze on his sinking axe until it disappeared into the depths of the lake.

The axe was his only tool for earning food and shelter for his family. His long hard struggle is nothing without the assistance of his axe. Now that it is gone, it will take him days to make a new one or even buy one. The sunken axe has been with him since his starting day as a woodcutter and he thanked it for all the hardship they’ve gone through. More so, it has been around since his father’s lumbering days. As he was muddling in his own thoughts, the lake bubbled with flashes of light coming out from it.

The woodcutter was shocked at the sight of a water creature emerged from it. The creature assured him that it meant him no harm and wish only to seek confirmation of a certain axe that fell on the lake where it resides. It was holding 2 axes, one is a striking golden axe and another is a used, battered looking axe. He told the water creature that his axe was the old one and thanked the creature for returning it for him....

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Distributing Your Content


​Creating a content marketing strategy that converts is heavily reliant upon having a steady stream of fresh eyes seeing your content. Whether you have implemented a recurring plan or an asset-driven one, you'll never make a cent if no one sees it, no matter how incredible the content. If you want people to engage with your content, you have to be proactive in its distribution.

Email Marketing

Email marketing is still one of the most powerful strategies you can use to get the most out of your content. It is always the most direct way for businesses to connect with their audience. It's the only distribution channel that is sent directly to them and the only one that is personalized down to their name, specific interests, and past purchases.

There are three types of email campaigns that you can use in your business, the welcome campaign, lead nurture campaign, and the offers campaign. Each campaign serves a specific purpose. The welcome campaign is designed to immediately engage your audience and let them know that you’ll be communicating with them. The lead nurture campaign is designed to help your audience find your business and build trust. The offer campaign is used to provide them with relevant, timely sales offers....

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Creating your content

Once you’ve found your audience, decided on your offer and messaging, it’s time to start working on your actual content. Before you begin, you need to develop a channel plan to clearly define where you will publish the content once it is complete. Your plan should include the platforms you will use to tell your story, your criteria, process, and objectives for each piece of content you create. You also need to include how you will connect each piece of content to develop a cohesive brand conversation.

When you’re ready to start creating your content, you need to keep in mind that everything you create for your company needs to be focused on the following five pillars.

The Five Pillars of Content Creation

Simplicity

The level of complexity will make or break how a piece of content will perform. If you are not able to boil down the topic into something that is easy and simple to digest, then the topic shouldn’t be used. While there are some concepts that are complex and those that require an in-depth analysis and technical exploration, you need to strive to address those topics in a simple manner. This is the only way to ensure your audience will come back to your content again....

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Content Marketing Blueprint

​Introduction

.As a business owner, you know that how your market your
business is at the heart of your success. In fact, most aspects of
your business are dependent on you developing a successful
marketing campaign. You may provide the best services or sell
the best products, but if you don’t have a solid marketing plan,
potential customers would never know about it.


Today’s prospects are looking for useful information, but have a
strong resistance to the "hard sell." Most consumers spend the
time to research services online before making a purchase. They
take the time to study different products, compare prices and
features before ever stepping foot in a store. They want good
content that helps them make a decision but don't like being sold.
In fact, 70-percent of consumers would rather learn about a
company through an excellent article rather than advertising.


Compelling content can help your business build strong customer
relationships without resorting to the less productive "hard sell”
tactics. The content you produce showcases your expertise,
which gains consumer trust by highlighting important topics that
affect consumers. Well-crafted content can bring traffic to your
website and social media accounts, boost your performance on

search results pages, and give your audience the chance to share
your content with their friends, resulting in higher conversion rates
for your business....

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Get Rid Of These 7 Mental Blocks That Are Stopping You From Succeeding In Life

The biggest roadblock to success is you. External obstacles can be removed, but if it’s you yourself who’s blocking the road, then it’s going to be so much harder for you to succeed. In this article, you’re going to learn of 7 mental blocks you need to get rid of if you want to succeed in life.

  • Doubt

When you doubt yourself, it’s going to be hard to convince anybody else to trust that you can do what you’ve set out to do. The first thing you’ve got to do is convince yourself that you can indeed succeed in reaching your goals.

  • Fear of failure

Many people fear failure, but the truth is there’s really nothing to be afraid. Treat failure as a mentor, and you’ll find out that failing is often a pre-requisite to success.

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  • Fear of success

People who fear success often think their lives are going to change for the worse, that they’re going to lose their comfort zones, or that their personalities are going to change overnight.

Of course, this isn’t true. It’s just a mental game your brain is playing with you, daring you to see how far you’ll go to chase your dreams.

  • Lack of self-belief

If you don’t believe you’re going to accomplish your goals, then you’re not going to accomplish it. It’s as simple as that. When you lack self-belief, you’re not going to have the motivation or the drive to succeed.

  • Getting too emotional

When you get too emotional, you often fail to think logically. Many wrong decisions have been made by far too many people simply because they let their emotions get the best of them.

  • Making things too complicated

Sometimes we tend to overthink things when a simple solution is just right in front of us. What should often be a simple fix to a simple problem can lead to large sums of money going down the drain.

  • Thinking inside the box

When you’ve explored the entire box, and you can’t find the answer, then you’ve got to think outside the box. There’s nothing wrong with getting creative. If it can get you to where you want to go, then follow it! 

The 5 Secret Keys To Success

In this article, you’re going to learn about the 5 secret keys to help you accomplish your goals faster. Let’s begin!

Choose a smart goal

You can set a goal any which way you like. However, if you’d like to increase your chances of success, then you better set a smart goal.

A smart goal has the following characteristics: it’s specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely.

You can’t choose only 2 or 3 characteristics. A good goal has all 5 characteristics present.

If you don’t want to waste your time and you want to reach your goal ASAP, then make sure you choose a smart goal.

Be passionate

You can have a smart goal, but if you’re not passionate about it, you can easily lose motivation. Having the passion for something lights a fire under you – you don’t get that fire if you don’t particularly care about your goal.

Choose a goal you’ll be passionate about. That way, when the obstacles come (and they will!), you’ll be able to persevere and keep chasing your dreams!

Learn from failures

It may sound surprising at first, but failure really is one of the secret keys to success. When you’re chasing something, a life goal, for instance, you’re probably not going to succeed on your first try. It may take you ten tries or maybe even a hundred tries.

No matter how many times you fail, you still take something away from the experience – you learn something. And you can use that knowledge towards your goals – you now know what’s working and what’s not.

Network

As the saying goes, it’s not what you know, it’s who you know. In many cases, this rings true. If you know the right people, you can get your foot in the door.

Always be nice and helpful to everybody you meet. Don’t underestimate the power of building relationships, they might help you reach your goals faster.

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Don’t aim for perfection

Aiming for perfection is equivalent to setting yourself up for failure. Perfection is such a lofty goal, impossible if you will.

Do you know of anybody who’s perfect? I don’t think so. So there’s really no reason why aiming for perfection is even a thing.

Instead of perfection, aim for excellence or being the best you can possibly be. Being the best is not the same as being perfect.

Even if you’re the best, you still have room to grow. When you’re perfect, there’s simply nowhere else to go, you’re already perfect.

3 Reasons Taking Action Is Important If You Want To Succeed

For some reason, many people believe they can simply coast through life and still end up successful. It’s probably the reason why many people fall for get-rich-quick scams. Imagine doing minimal work and raking in bags of cash in return!

If you really want to succeed, you’re going to put in a lot of time and effort to make it work. You will need to take action. Here are 3 reasons why taking action is important if you want to succeed:

It’s your first step towards success

If you don’t take action, you’re never going to take that first step towards achieving your goals. You’re never going to go anywhere. As they say, it’s always the first step that’s the hardest.

It’s relatively easy to choose the right goal and to make a grand plan on how you’re going to achieve that goal. But actually going out there and taking that first step, that’s hard.

Many people have fun at the planning stage, but the moment they actually need to do something, then the reality will sink in.

“That’s a lot of work,” they’ll say. They’ll start procrastinating, or they’ll start thinking it’s a bad idea. And they’ll just stop there.

That’s all they do – just plan things, but never really take action.

You find out first-hand what’s really working

When you take action, you find out that whatever you’ve planned isn’t always going to happen. It isn’t always going to be feasible.

Sometimes, what you think something is may be different from what it actually is in real life. This is why being flexible and knowing when to adjust is so important.

Your plan is just a general guide – you don’t have to take it at face value. When you take action and go out into the real world, you find out what’s working.

You learn to go with the flow. You learn there’s a better option out there that will help you achieve your goals much faster than what you’ve initially anticipated!

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You grow as a person

Taking action is important if you also want to grow as a person. On the way to success, you’ll encounter so many obstacles, problems, and challenges. That’s when you grow as a person.

When you learn how to overcome all these obstacles, when you gain new skills, when you develop resilience, you grow as a person.

If you don’t take action, you’ll remain as you always have been, doing the same things you’ve always been doing.

6 Productivity Hacks That Will Help You Reach Your Goals Faster

We’ve only got limited hours in a day. With so many things and so many tasks to finish, you’d want to be as productive as possible. In this article, you'll learn about 6 productivity hacks that will help you reach your goals faster.

  • Get enough sleep

Sleep is so important that it has to be at the top of this list. When you don’t get enough sleep, you have trouble concentrating at work. Your mind seems to drift every so often to thoughts of hugging your pillow in bed.

Caffeine is a short-term fix to help you focus, but when you’re consistently not getting enough sleep, your productivity is going to go down a lot.

  • Make mini-goals

Don’t be overwhelmed by your seemingly larger-than-life goal. Have a daily to-do list, a weekly and monthly checklist.

Breaking down your goal into mini-goals makes it easier for your brain to process.

Everytime you tick something off your list, you feel positive, and it motivates you to continue doing your tasks. You can measure your progress, too.

  • Put on some music

This is going to be a matter of personal preference, but many people swear by the power of music.

Generally, it’s classical or instrumental music that people listen to when they want to concentrate on their tasks.

Of course, you’re your own person – you can listen to any type of music that helps you focus.

  • Keep distractions to a minimum

Find a quiet space to work in. If you’ve got other people in the room with you, try putting on noise-canceling earphones to block out the sound.

Let your teammates know though so they can tap you if they need something from you.

  • Take breaks

Breaks are always helpful in helping you recharge your energy and your productivity. You can go for a quick run if you’re feeling really stressed, or a quick nap if you need to.

  • Stop multitasking

When you multitask, you tend not to give your best. You’re trying to get as many tasks done at the same time so you can’t focus on any one of them.

Your productivity will be affected if you juggle far too many tasks at once. Focus on one task, give it your whole attention, and watch what happens to your productivity!

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