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KarimKilimanjaroYou have likely heard of the SMART (or S.M.A.R.T.) system of goal achievement based on setting goals which are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely. While this is a very useful way of looking at goals, I believe it misses out on MANY other key factors that you will want to consider if you wish to achieve huge goals.

Over the next weeks, I will share with you a FOOLPROOF way to achieve any goal, based on a system that is well illustrated within my book Keep Any Promise: a blueprint for designing your future.

I will use the example of a HUGE goal I set, and share with you how I went about thinking through and achieving this audacious goal. 

When thinking about the results or goals you want to achieve, start by focusing on those goals that have the most meaning to you. Think of those achievements from which you have the most to gain. You will discover a simple truth: our minds do not change their deeply-ingrained ways of thinking if we set small goals.

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