It’s January 16, 2018. Technically, more than half of the month has passed. Whew! How are your goals so far?
Have you written down your goals for 2018 yet? Have you created your 2018 GoalBoard yet? Have you written down specific actions steps on how to achieve your goals? And have you calendared your goals yet?
Time flies! If you don’t take the time to sit down and plan your 2018 goals, before you knew it, it’s already December 31, 2018.
You’d look back, and you’d ask yourself,
“Where did my 2018 go?
Did I do what I wanted to do?
But wait, did I even take time to know what I really wanted to do?”
Here’s an alternative. Imagine, it’s already December 31, 2018. You look at the 2018 Goals you’ve written down. You look at your GoalBoard and a smile spreads over your face and you’d say.
Wow! What a beautiful year it was! So many goals ticked off!
So many happy moments spent with my family and friends.
OMG! That trip to South Korea was epic! First snow experience!
Yehey! My stocks portfolio! 7-figures!
Woohoo! I finally wrote and published that book!
My gosh! I did go to the gym 3x a week and now I look so much fitter and sexier! I feel sooo good!
That Goal Setting Blueprint was sooooooo worth it! I’m glad I invested in it!
David Kohl, a professor emeritus at Virginia Tech did a study and he found out that 80% of Americans don’t have goals. 16% of Americans have goals but they don’t write them down. Only 4% have clear goals and they wrote down their goals.
In his study, he discovered that those 4% who have written down their goals were earning 9 times more than the those who didn’t have goals and didn’t write down their goals.
The kind of future you want begins TODAY. How important are your goals to you?
Maybe you’ll say, “Sha, I want to enrol in the Goal Setting Blueprint, but I don’t have the money!”
Let’s look at it this way. Do you have 33 pesos?
The Goal Setting Blueprint VIP option is only 33 pesos a day or P11,997 for 365 days!
If you choose the Self Study Option, that’s only 16 pesos a day or P5,997 for 365 days!
If all the Goal Setting Blueprint did was give you clarity on what you really, really want in life, do you think your 33 pesos a day was worth it?
If all the Goal Setting Blueprint did was help you become healthier and happier, do you think your 33 pesos a day was worth it?
If all the Goal Setting Blueprint did was help you achieve 5 of your 10 goals, do you think your 33 pesos a day was a good investment?
If all the Goal Setting Blueprint did was help you double your productivity while increasing your time off, do you think that would be worth your time and 33 pesos? Or 16 pesos?
It’s not yet too late. You still have time to register for the Goal Setting Blueprint before it CLOSES midnight of January 17, 2018.
I wish you success and happiness!
P.S. I’m committed to journeying with you as you set and get your goals for 2018. The strategies I teach inside the Goal Setting Blueprint is backed by Science, Law of Attraction, faith, NLP, years of research and everything else I learned from experience and from years of setting goals and achieving those goals. I’ve made them so easy to follow and understand. Most important, these strategies WORK!
P.P.S. By the way, saying “I don’t have money” is a limiting belief. That limits your growth. Like what Henry Ford said, “Whether you believe you can or you can’t, you are right.”
The truth is, you have all the money you need right now! You just haven’t cracked the code on how to get it yet — but it’s all there. The Goal Setting Blueprint will help you overcome those limiting beliefs and attract more love, joy, money into your life.
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