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2014 Goals

Started by Scott Moore. Last reply by Gene Burnett Jan 18. 2 Replies

Wow. 2013 went fast! I'm starting to set goals for 2014 and I'm a little overwhelmed, but excited at the same time. Looking at my 2013 goals, there are quite a few that I didn't reach. However, some…Continue

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Elmer's 2013 Goals

Started by Elmer Querubin. Last reply by DeAnna Cohen Oct 14, 2013. 3 Replies

For This Group's Eyes Only.  Hope this will inspire people and I'm open for anyone to help me make my goals more concrete.Elmer2013 goals for the yearSpiritualRead the bible every day –spend 15 min…Continue

"Faith and the Magic Kingdom" Launch Team

Started by Randy Crane. Last reply by Randy Crane Sep 17, 2013. 2 Replies

Hi everyone!As you may have seen here on 48Days.net, I’ve been working on my book, Faith and the Magic Kingdom, for a very long time now, but my goal is in sight and I’m finally almost to the “big…Continue

Are You Flinching Or Fighting?

Started by Scott Moore. Last reply by Scott Moore Feb 7, 2013. 3 Replies

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Comment by Scott Moore on December 22, 2011 at 12:02am

Great job, Ken!  You're inspiring me to get a move on with my goals. I've set goals in the past, but the follow-through is where I get tripped up. This group is already helping me! Thanks!

Comment by Ken Gonyer on December 21, 2011 at 9:49pm

Thanks for this group! I hope we can be an encouragement to each other.

2011 Goals met:

purchased land, got coaching training (CWE), completed 40 hours of paid coaching (assignment from Coaching 101), published articles in national press, helped my wife transition out of her teaching job into self-employment, got paying speaking gigs, ran 5K with my wife (her 1st), read over 50 decent books, dates with daughter, fun with son, got "enough" term life insurance

2011 Goals not-yet-met:

paid training gigs with trade associations, $25K in outside income (got a ways to go on this one), qtrly get-aways with wife, paid eCoaching clients, update last will & testament, save enough to replace beater-van

2012 goals are in writing - looking forward to a big year!

Comment by Kate Stalter on December 16, 2011 at 6:29pm

Great thoughts, Christine and Pete, on the idea of "social" which I asked about below. I'm still mulling over how I want the community involvement vs. friendship goal to evolve, but I'm getting a better sense of it. I was invited to a Rotary Club lunch yesterday -- first time in my life I've been to a Rotary event -- and I was impressed by how these folks have formed great friendships, but the underlying reason for getting together is to improve their community...Food for thought! 

Comment by Randy Crane on December 16, 2011 at 4:50pm

Here are my one year goals.

 

1. FINANCIAL -- Income, Investments

* I will have the student loans paid down to $100K.

* I give 11% of my income to church & other charities.

* I will increase my income at least $20K in the next 12 months.

 

 

2. PHYSICAL - Health, Appearance, Exercise

* I will weigh 140–145 lbs and have a 35” waist.

* I will be down to 12 medications/supplements per day.

 

 

3. PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT --Knowledge, Education, Self-

Improvement

* I will be reading at least 1 book per month (printed or audiobooks).

* I will have a mentor and an advisory board that I meet with monthly (for

each).

* I will be able to play 10 songs, at tempo, by memory on guitar, and will

learn one new strumming or picking pattern every month.

 

 

 

4. FAMILY -- Relationships to others, Development of children

* Faye & I will have a date night once per quarter.

* Faye & I will have one overnight getaway or event per year.

* I will spend two hours per month with family and/or friends in

free/recreational time.

 

 

5. SPIRITUAL -- Church involvement, Personal commitment,

Theological understanding

* I will be reading the New Testament through once every year.

* I will meet with one person who has a deep theological/biblical

understanding to discuss a specific passage of Scripture once a quarter.

 

 

6. SOCIAL -- Increased number of friends, Community involvement,

etc.

* I will be a periodic (once a quarter or so) guest and/or co-host on at least

1 podcast related to my purpose.

 

 

7. CAREER - Ambitions, Dreams, Hopes

* 75% of the material for my book will be posted on my blog.

* I will comment on at least 3 other related blog posts per week.

* I will complete some form of coaching training, either Dan Miller’s, the

PCCCA, or something similar.

* I will have in place a coaching practice and have at least 6 paying clients

per month.

* I will be booking travel for at least 6 clients per month in my areas of

specialization—Disney destinations, group cruises, family cruises, and

luxury travel.

Comment by Christine Odle on December 14, 2011 at 2:45pm

I think social is one of those that has to be interpreted by the individual.  I look as social as being around others - not just friends - more interaction with people.  I love you are volunteering with friends! 

Comment by Kate Stalter on December 14, 2011 at 12:58pm

Great group! Here's a question for everyone: I have Dan Miller's Goals worksheets, as well as Seth Godin's "Pick Four." Both Dan and Seth were influenced by Zig Ziglar's categories: Career, Family, Financial, Mental, Physical, Social and Spiritual.

They seem to have different interpretations of "Social." How do the group members interpret this? Is this spending time with friends, or is it community involvement? To me, they are totally different activities (unless you are volunteering with friends -- which I do :)

What does everybody think? What does "social" mean, as far as goals?

Comment by J Cleveland Payne on December 11, 2011 at 7:05pm

1: Rework/reorganize/refocus my business Fast Forward Business Properties, LLC

2: Carve out adequate time for podcasting and interviews

3: Get control of finances

4: Find adequate space in my house for me and our soon to arrive baby

5: Get a significant raise at work or find a new place to work willing to pay more

6: Get weight down to consistent 165


Group Leader
Comment by Scott Moore on December 11, 2011 at 6:36pm

Awesome, Pete, Christine, and Evan. I'm using Dan's goals sheet. I'm also using some other resources to plan out my next year and beyond. I've heard that Seth Godin's reissue of Zig Ziglar's The Performance Planner is good. I may try it, though I'm not sure the method is hugely important. Execution is key.

Comment by Christine Odle on December 11, 2011 at 1:57pm

1) Spend more quality time with family and close friends.

2) Restructure and Build my business to be more more effective  .Rockin' Beeby Enterprises, LLC

3) Continue to help as many families as I can.

Comment by evan reidhammer on December 11, 2011 at 10:43am

1 grow/ spiritually, mentally. 

2 finish Baby EF/ 

3 debt snow ball/ 

4 grow my business

1. I'm reading the bible, just started reading a book call "kisses from Katie", if you think you have a lot to juggle You need to read this book. 

2. I'm slowly trying to save my first $1000 in savings. struggling with budgetting

What ever way I can help with this group please let me know

 

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