We constantly hear about the importance of setting goals. The dirty little secret about goal setting is that if setting a goal were enough; we’d have way more successful people.
So what are the reasons many people fail at achieving their goals? It’s not that they aren’t excited about them—it’s actually about how to stay consistent in moving toward them day to day. When any set goal breaks down, it’s usually because it stops being worked on after the initial “puppy love” phase of setting the goal.
But what if there were another way? What if there were a way to make a goal stick for the long run? There is a way, and that is to move away from “Goal Setting” and move to “Goal Getting.”
In this presentation, Malla Haridat, who has focused her entire career on uncovering what people don’t know they don’t know about success, has created a goal-getting formula that has been proven to help people achieve more, and, most importantly, set goals that they actually stick with achieving.
After this presentation, participants will learn:
- The step by step system that top achievers use to achieve their challenging goals rather than hoping that everything falls into place
- The specific formula to stay consistent with work that actually needs to be done and how to have fun while doing it.
- How to design daily and weekly action plans that get results
In the professional world, whether it’s getting a new job, getting a raise, getting new education or growing a business, there is a specific formula to stay consistent with the work that actually needs to be done—even when it is not fun.
Have you ever worked with a group of people that you know could achieve more, but they just aren’t manifesting goals at the level you know that they should? This goal-getting presentation will help attendees break down the step-by-step system for setting consistently working toward, and achieving their professional goals.
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