How to Set Goals in Five Steps

Many people create goals – but few of those goals are ever reached. In this video I show you how to write a contact with yourself to reach your goal in five structured steps.

(Note: This is a re-post so that I can feed this video to my free Podcast on iTunes.)

You can view or subscribe to my Podcast at the iTunes store, “Danny Rocks Tips and Timesavers” by clicking on this link.

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  2. An economist is an expert who will know tomorrow why the things he predicted yesterday didn’t happen today.

  3. Hi Carol –

    Yes, that is so true. We all have 20/20 vision – in hindsight. The trick is to learn from the past – especially to learn from your mistakes. THose are the most valuable lessons learned.

    Danny Rocks

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  6. Hi Lenna –
    Thank you for sharing your story. It is always amazing to see what others give us in return for our gifts to them. THis is called “The Law of Reciprocity.” People feel the need to return the favor.

    Enjoy your coffee!

    Danny Rocks

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