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Goal Setting Power Tools Used By Millionaires (and Other Successful People)

Power ToolsFor hundreds of years top money makers, successful business owners, and world leaders have used two power tools for achieving their goals that is available to everyone reading this post.  In fact, nearly everyone worldwide has used these tools, but not everyone knows how to use them to achieve their personal and professional goals.  Better yet, you already own these tools.
What are the power tools used by nearly every successful person?  The humble paper and pencil.  That’s right.  Two of the most powerful tools to helping you achieve your goals are a sheet of paper and something to write with.

And the secret to using these power tools is to write down your goals. What, too simple? Not worth it’s own post? Well, stop a moment. Do you have written goals? Written goals with measurable results? Most people do not.  But nearly every highly successful person understands that having written goals is critical to achieving those goals.

Read any book on personal success or scan any list on goal setting and 99.9% of the time you will find something about the importance of putting your goals in writing.  So why is writing out your goals so important?  Written goals provide several advantages to helping achieve success:

  1. The act of writing your goal helps you to better define exactly what you want to achieve.
  2. Writing out a goal makes that goal seem more real.  It is the first physical step we take toward making it happen.
  3. Written goals are easier to remember.  You can even post them in places to remind yourself throughout the day.
  4. Written goals are like a contract with ourselves.  We are more likely to achieve those things that we have agreed to, in writing.

Now, take time to write out two to four goals for yourself.  It doesn’t matter if those goals are something you can accomplish tomorrow.  As a matter of fact, that is even better if written goals are new to you.  Write out your goals and put them somewhere you will see them each day.  And while your at it, jot down a date for when you’d like to have accomplished each goal.

Sure, it’s okay to use a computer…the modern substitute for the original power tools.  Just write down those goals and begin the steps necessary to achieve success!

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