In 1953, researchers surveyed Yale’s graduating seniors to determine how many of them had specific, written goals for their future. The answer: 3%. Twenty years later, researchers polled the surviving members of the Class of 1953 — and found that the 3% with goals had accumulated more personal financial wealth than the other 97% of the class combined!

The moral of this story is:
1. Goals work.
2. Almost nobody uses them.

I assume that you already want more from life than what you have and you’re searching for a way to get it. That’s exactly what you’ll find here: a way to get it, whatever your background, whatever your age, whatever your circumstances.

In the “How to set and achieve a goal – free trial” you’ll find three parts:

I. How to set a goal II. How to achieve a goal III. Motivation techniques

The fourth part “How to follow your plan and don’t fail” is not included in this free trial. You can order a full version here.

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“Will the “How to set and achieve a goal” help me get what I want from life?”

“How to set and achieve a goal” really works – if you do. It really does show you how to make your wishes come true, but only those wishes you’re willing to make come true.

This book shows you step-by-step how to invest the time and effort necessary to get whatever you want from life. But you have to make that effort and invest that time.

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