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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Reaching Your Goals Paperback – December 1, 1997
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An inspiring and insightful book with the stories and antidotes that are priceless. -- Money 'n Profits, June 2002 issue
Buy this book and start on the high road to the goals you want to reach in life. -- The Pacesetter, October 2001 issue
The author offer winning approaches to reach your goals and offers many tools to ensure that you make it. -- Links,March 2002 issue
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You're no idiot, of course. You offer great financial advice, give the best directions, and can start your neighbor's stubborn mower with one good pull. But when it comes to making your own goals a reality, you start crying for your mommy while calling your psychic friend. Hang up the phone and stop your sobbing! The Complete Idiot's Guide to Reaching Your Goals provides you with guidelines to setting and reaching goals in every aspect of your life. From saving more money to devoting more time to family and friends, you'll turn your wishes and dreams into reality. In this Complete Idiot's Guide, you get:
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I also recommend his books about time management and re-invention in the same series. If you are unsure of what your goals are, the re-invention book will help you figure them out and the time management book will help you streamline your life so you can focus on achieving your goals.
Sure, Davidson makes it clear that goal-setting is a process that must be quantified and timed, but how does one really go about setting goals? Davidson's answers are ingenious: from contracting yourself to enlisting others to monitor your process to conducting self-assessments.
I am shocked to say that an Idiot's Guide was so helpful in making me a better planner. If you are ready to make your financial, social, family, even spiritual life better, then you should really give this book a try.
concludes with some summarizing tips and I really felt motivated to start the next chapter.