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When Do You Set your Goals for the New Year?

Imagine, only 60 days left in this year.

The holidays will soon be upon us.

For many people, the holidays aren’t very productive as far as accomplishing our most important goals. Some of us give up on our goals for the current year completely. Others make an effort, but they’re already beginning to live in the New Year.

I certainly don’t advocate doing that.

And our Diamond Club MasterMind Teams are looking to finish the year strong. I won’t let them give up—and neither will their team mates.

If YOU would like to make some good progress in the last one-sixth of the year AND get a great jump start on next year, I highly recommend you become a member today.

I also wrote an article about jump-starting the New Year here.

That said, I’m also a big advocate for taking time during the holidays to think about the past year and begin planning the next.

And the best tool and resource for that is our Goal Planner. It’s loaded with solid information, powerful exercises and excellent tracking processes.
http://successnet.org/cms/Goal-Planner.html

Determine what you really want, prioritize your goals, stay focused and remain consistently moving in the direction of your dreams throughout the year with SuccessNet’s Goal Planner.

I created the Planner in collaboration with several of my colleagues. It’s based on over 30 years of my research and experience. Then it was beta-tested by my entire Diamond Club Team.

And since this is the last day of our Customer Appreciation Discount, you can still save 20% by using this link. When you do, it will set your discount cookie and automatically take 20% off when you check out of the Shopping Cart.

Use it for the Goal Planner or anything else in our catalog.

Make it a great day,

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