When I first started this book, it was meant to become a course about the subconscious mechanics. But along the way, I decided the content I developed around its topics is better suited for a book.
Since I’ve known myself, I’ve always been inclined to set specific things to achieve. Some of them were easy to achieve and others seemed impossible. And I’ve realized that it doesn’t matter how simple, complex, easy, or hard the goal is to achieve. At the same time, I’ve realized that simply setting a SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-limited) goal is not enough.
More than that, this book would have still been a course if it wasn’t for those around me, who kept insisting that setting a SMART goal is enough and you don’t need anything else in order to achieve your goals.
Yes, you do, and this book is all about the things you need so you can properly set and achieve your goals. Sure, setting SMART goals is important when it comes to setting goals. Setting a goal without having it SMART is like cooking delicious food without adding salt. It most probably won’t work.
Inside this book, you’ll find a tool, made specifically for helping you better set and achieve your goals. With this tool, you’ll learn how to set indicators of progress and measure the results behind your efforts of reaching your goals.