Start it up! T-minus 10 days
Welcome to module 2. It's a short and sweet one, but don't let it fool you. This may be the most crucial module of them all.
At this point you've learned what goals are, why they are so important, the different goal lengths, as well as multiple examples of goals that you can set for yourself.
It's time to start setting and working towards those goals. It's time for the real fun to begin! That's what the following modules are all geared towards - helping you set and achieve your goals.
But before we can get into that, I made a promise to you earlier.
At the start of this course, I said that I wanted to help you set and achieve your first goal within 10 days. Well, that time is now.
It's time to take action
Now that you've gone through the first module, it's time to set your first goal. You're probably thinking: How can I set a goal? You haven't taught me how to set them yet... I've only just started the course!
Nonsense! You're ready! But, you're also right.
The next modules are geared towards helping you set and achieve your goals, so it's true that you haven't gone through that portion of the course yet. However, I know that you are excited and ready to begin your goal setting journey.
So why don't we do this... I'll set the goal for you as long as you put in the work. Sound fair?
If you look at the course curriculum, you'll notice that there are 10 lessons left before officially completing the course.
With that in mind, your goal is to complete 1 lesson each day over the next 10 days.
1 lesson each day for 10 days
Don't worry about any fancy formatting, don't worry about going above and beyond the milestone for each day. All you need to do is go through 1 lesson each day. If you do that each day for 10 days, you will have done two things:
- You will have achieved your first goal
- You will have completed the course
Both huge accomplishments!
By completing this course in 10 days you will gain a true understanding of how to set and achieve your goals. Plus, that knowledge can then carry over and be applied to even better goals that you set for yourself.
It's a win-win.
But, you may now be thinking to yourself:
- I'm so busy. Where will I make the time for this?
- I was planning on doing this some other time... 1 a day sounds like a lot
- I don't like to feel rushed. I'd rather do this at my own pace.
And to that I say:
Too busy? You just need to be a little bit creative with your schedule. Go through a lesson during your lunch break, or right when you wake up, or when you're on the train, or tonight instead of watching a show.
Too much? If 1 lesson a day sounds like a lot, I assure you it's very doable. Just take it 1 step at a time and you will be impressed by how much you can get done.
Too rushed? I totally understand that you want to go at your own pace. So if you want to be an overachiever and do more than 1 a day, that's totally fine.
But the reason you need to do 1 lesson each day is so that everything stays fresh in your mind. We have a lot of ground to cover and the lessons won't be effective if you do 1 tomorrow and then 4 a few weeks later and then 4 more a few weeks after that. To get the most out of this course, you need to be consistent and go through 1 lesson each day.
To recap, the first goal that you need to set for yourself is to complete this course. Because by completing this course, you will gain a better understanding of both setting and achieving goals, and with that wisdom you can start tackling bigger and better aims.
I promised that you would set and achieve your first goal within 10 days and it’s time to start taking action.
Over these next several modules I am going to show you the exact process that you need to set and achieve your goals, but for now, I am going to set this first goal for you.
Your goal: Complete the remainder of this course within 10 days
Your steps: There are 10 lessons remaining. Starting tomorrow, complete one lesson per day so that you have the entire course completed within 10 days.
With that, it's time to start putting in the work. You got this! Oh and to help, I have a little present for you in the next bonus lesson. Go take a look now.