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Main eBook: “How to Achieve Your Goals”

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Table of Contents for the How to Achieve Your Goals PLR Ebook:

Introduction………………………………………………………………………….. 3

Personal Goal Setting…………………………………………………………….. 5

Health…………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5

Wealth………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 6

Wisdom………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6

Formulate a SMART goal……………………………………………………….. 7

Setting milestones……………………………………………………………………………… 8

Adjusting your goals………………………………………………………………………….. 8

Creating Your Action Plan…………………………………………………… 10

Keeping a schedule………………………………………………………………………….. 11

A work log…………………………………………………………………………………………. 13

Avoid time eaters and time wasters…………………………………………….. 13

Beware of saboteurs……………………………………………………………………….. 14

Tracking Your Goals……………………………………………………………. 15

Crossing things off your to-do list…………………………………………………. 16

Use tracking tools……………………………………………………………………………. 16

Adjusting your goals as needed…………………………………………………….. 17

Time versus money…………………………………………………………………………. 17

Maintaining Motivation Until the Goal is Achieved…………….. 18

Start small…………………………………………………………………………………………. 19

Focus on one goal at a time…………………………………………………………….. 19

Be honest about your reasons for setting the goal…………………….. 19

Feel the fear, and do it anyway……………………………………………………… 19

Go with the flow……………………………………………………………………………….. 20

Tell others about your goal……………………………………………………………. 20

Get a goal buddy………………………………………………………………………………. 21

Use the right tools……………………………………………………………………………. 21

Just do it…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 21

Give yourself a break as needed……………………………………………………. 21

Don’t overdo things at the outset………………………………………………….. 21

Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………… 22

 

Sample Content for the How to Achieve Your Goals Premium PLR Ebook:

Introduction

Many people struggle to achieve their goals and live the life of their dreams. There are several reasons for this. The first is that they don’t plan ahead. One popular marketer inspires his followers with the phrase, “Plan your work, and work your plan.”

In other words, success is very rarely a complete accident. It is a case of knowing where you are going, and following through.

Around 50% of people in the US set a goal, commonly referred to as a New Year’s Resolution, each December. Studies have shown that 75% of them have completely given up by February. Why would this be the case?

Because they do not have a plan, and therefore, are leaving many things to chance. This would be a bit like trying to drive from New York City to San Francisco without a GPS or road map.

Then there is the fear of change. If you set yourself a huge, audacious goal, your life is bound to change in various ways. Sometimes people don’t go for their goals because it is easier to just stay stuck in a rut.

However, if you are feeling stressed and worried constantly, or under the weather a lot, these could be signs that it’s time to set a goal that can help you live a better life.

Your first step is to set a goal. It is both your roadmap and your action plan, helping you plot out the best route/s to take to achieve your goal, and then follow through. You can sit in the car all day with your road map, but you will never get anywhere if you don’t act by turning on the motor, fueling the car regularly, and so on.

Goal setting the right way is the perfect vehicle to take you where you want to go in life. Let’s start with some goal setting examples you can adapt to your own personal circumstances.

 

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

How to Actually Stick to Your Goals Email Series

Email #1 – Welcome to the ecourse How to Actually Stick to Your Goals – 557 words

Email #2 – Holding yourself accountable – 416 words

Email #3 – Self-discipline and goal achievement – 362 words

Email #4 – Using visualization to achieve goals – 307 words

Email #5 – Putting together a meditation/visualization session – 648 words

 

 

Achieve Your Goals Email Content Sample:

Email #1 – Welcome to the ecourse How to Actually Stick to Your Goals!

Over the course of these 5 lessons, we are going to learn about goals – probably more than you ever wanted to know about them, but all good information you can use when establishing your goals. Specifically, we are going to cover:

  • Setting the right goals
  • Holding yourself accountable to your goals
  • Having the self-discipline to stick to your goals
  • Using visualization to achieve your goals
  • Putting together a visualization session in the last lesson

Setting the right goals

How you define a goal has a big impact on whether you will accomplish it or not. For example, a goal “I want to lose weight this year!” is a goal, but it lacks the specifics of how you are going to do it, when you plan to be at your weight goal and how much you want to lose. In other words what steps will you take to lose a specific amount of weight by a certain date.

One system that ensures your goal has all the elements needed to be successful is the acronym:

  • S – Specific
  • M – Measurable
  • A – Attainable
  • R – Relevant
  • T – Time-based

Using the S.M.A.R.T. system, let’s redefine our goal:

  • S – So our redefined goal would look something like: “I want to lose 6 pounds per month for a total of 30 pounds 5 months from now” (or by a certain date like November 30th. for example). By eating a nutritious healthy diet based on the Mediterranean diet plan, and by exercising 5 days a week with 3 days of cardio and 2 days of strength training, I intend to lose 6 pounds per month or 1.5 pounds per week.” With this goal, I know how much weight I want to lose, the date to have lost it by and how I’m going to do it.
  • M – The overall goal is measurable, as we created the 1.5 pounds per week or 6 pounds per month mile-stones or mini-goals along the way so that we know if we are on track or not. Otherwise with out intermediate goals, we could be at month 5 and still need to lose 20 pounds.
  • A – Is our goal attainable? A goal of losing 50 pounds in 3 months would not be attainable, however losing 6 pounds per month for 5 months is attainable. And we broke it down even farther with our 1.5 pounds per week min-goal. While still aggressive over the long-term, it is attainable.
  • R – Is this goal in line with your overall lifestyle goal? In other words, why do you want to lose 30 pounds? Are you going to a wedding or class reunion and want to look good, or is it part of your overall plan to get healthier and more fit. The first one is more fleeting and flash-in-the-pan like, the second one will improve your quality of life.
  • T – Our goal has a deadline of November 30th  or 5 months, so either way it is time based. Plus we have deadlines for our milestones along the way – both weekly and monthly goals.

That’s it for this first lesson. In the next one you’ll receive in a few days, we talk about holding yourself accountable to ensure your goals are met. See you in a few days!

 

Achieve Your Goals PLR Articles:

5 Ways to Build Your Self-Discipline – 408 words

How to Stay Publicly Accountable to Your Goals – 387 words

How Understanding Your Weaknesses Can Improve Your Ability to Meet Your Goals – 407 words

Understanding Triggers and Distractions to Help You Stay Focused on Your Goals – 391 words

Why Self-discipline is So Important for Meeting Your Goals – 394 words

 

Achieve Your Goals PLR Article Sample:

How to Stay Publicly Accountable to Your Goals

Making goals is a good way to keep yourself motivated throughout the year, but how do you stay disciplined enough to follow it through and actually achieve them in the end? Staying publicly accountable means sharing your goals with external people in an attempt to help you stay focused and disciplined. Let’s look at some of the ways that you can ensure you stay publicly accountable when it comes to your goals.

Find ways to share your goals

There isn’t one set way to share your goals publicly, and it could mean telling just a handful of people or starting a full blog to document your journey. However many people you choose to tell, find a way to share the information with them as you go along. Keeping people updated via social media or other channels is a good way to keep pushing yourself to achieve your goals.

Don’t get distracted

Don’t become distracted by other things and move the attention away from your initial goals and onto something different. One of the key factors in reaching your goals is to keep the momentum. If you find a different goal or something else begins to occupy your life, you and others will soon forget where it all began.

Share small successes as well as large failures

Successes, big or small, and failures, no matter how large, should be shared with your audience regularly. This will show your family and friends that not only are you capable of achieving great things, but you’re also able to pick yourself back up after falling down.

Ask for help

Involving others in your journey, whether this means holding them accountable for one of their goals or asking for help when you need it, is something which should be encouraged more widely. It’s also good to share your worries and anxieties with another person and accept their thoughts and opinion on the topic.

Start with one partner

You don’t have start off by telling everybody. In the early stages of deciding what your goals are and how you’re going to achieve them, you should tell just one or two people. This allows you to decide whether you really do have the motivate and self-discipline to achieve your goal, or whether you’re not quite ready yet to try and reach this particular goal.

 

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5 Shareable Social Media Graphics (PLR)

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15 Social Media Posts (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

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9 Royalty Free Images

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Bonuses:

3 Bylines – 226 words

 

10 Goals PLR Article and Tweets

Five Things You Can Do Today to Achieve Your Goals – 833 words

Are You Setting the Right Goals for Yourself? – 979 words

Are Your Limiting Beliefs Stopping You from Achieving Your Goals? – 732 words

Common Goal Setting Obstacles and How to Maneuver around Them – 890 words

Goal Setting Tools to Help You Succeed – 726 words

How to Create a Pattern of Success – 777 words

How to Find Motivation to Achieve Your Goals – 863 words

How to Prioritize Your Goals – 851 words

How to Set Powerful Goals You Can Achieve – 717 words

What Is a Smart Goal? – 452 words

Includes 10 Tweets for social posting

These Goals PLR Articles are available in .TXT format and includes a PLR license.

 

Goals PLR Article Sample:

Are Your Limiting Beliefs Stopping You from Achieving Your Goals?

Everyone has conscious or subconscious ideas that can become limiting beliefs that stop us from achieving our goals if we let them. Sometimes these beliefs are instilled in us in childhood and sometimes we create them ourselves. An example of a limiting belief that can get in your way of success is how you see yourself with money.

If you believe you will always struggle and always be poor, chances are you’ll set yourself up for failure. Your limiting belief that you’re poor and that you always will be poor becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. The same can be said about anything negative in your life that limits you – whether it’s career, education, or personal such as being healthy and of normal weight. If you see yourself a certain way, it can be hard to change that view and let go of that limiting belief.

There are eight telling phrases that point to a limiting belief:

  1. “It’s hopeless” – Anytime you use the word “never” is a clue that you’re focusing on a limiting belief. For example: “I’ll never have any money because you need money to make money.”
  2. “I’m helpless” – When most people feel uneducated or helpless, they blame their circumstances instead of working to change them. “I can’t manage my money because I don’t know how” sounds insightful, but the part that’s missing is the feeling of helplessness when all you need to do is take a personal finance course or buy, read and practice the lessons in “Personal Finances for Dummies”.
  3. “It’s useless” – The idea that nothing you do will make a difference is that you believe that any action you take won’t make a difference. “It doesn’t matter if I work out an hour a day, I won’t lose weight anyway.” How do you know? Have you tried to do anything for longer than a couple weeks?
  4. “It’s the universe” – Sometimes a limiting belief has to do with the idea that outside forces that you can’t control are at work keeping you down. You can’t find a job or get clients because the economy sucks, where you live is depressed, you don’t have the right clothing and so forth, but you do nothing in your power to change it because it’s destiny. “Everything happens for a reason” type of thinking can be very limiting and make you feel powerless.
  5. “I’m worthless” – The idea that you’re not smart enough or good enough to do what you really want can be a very strong limiting belief system and seems to affect women more than men. You feel you’re not pretty enough, smart enough, or good enough to have something, so you don’t take the steps to achieve it, because you don’t feel that you deserve it.
  6. “It’s genetic” – While there are certainly some instances where genetics play a huge role in a person’s life, the truth is that almost everything that is genetic can be fixed with the right mindset, training, exercise, and outlook. You’re not stuck with your genetics, but if you think you are, you may not try any of the things to pull yourself out of the rut you’re stuck in.
  7. “I’ll fail” – The truth is the fear of failure is something most people have as a limiting belief. “I’m a bad public speaker so if I do it, I’ll be judged, and I’ll fail anyway so why try” is a common refrain. But, how can you set that belief in stone if you’ve not tried?
  8. “I’m different” – The limiting belief about being different is that different is necessarily bad. You don’t want to be who you are because you’re different and you’ll be looked at as different by other people. You’re afraid to be who you are, and because of that you don’t even know who you are, and you’re too scared to find out due to fear of rejection and ending up alone.

If you ever hear any of these phrases go through your head, try to disconnect from them, and turn them around to “why not me” instead of “why me.” Always ask “why not me” because the truth is, you’re not feeling anything different from anyone else who has made goals and achieved them. The difference is in the doing, not the intelligence or talent.

 

10 Life Goals PLR Emails eCourse – 4789 words

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Email #1

Subject: Life Goals in Your 20s

Dear [Name],

Becoming an adult can be quite stressful but also extremely rewarding and exciting. This is your best chance to set and accomplish your life goals with a fresh start. Setting goals, no matter your age, should be personal to you. However, some areas are essential not to overlook if you want to have a successful life in your 20s and the next.

College or Career

Your 20s are the start of a brand-new world, and you need a way to continue it financially. Set goals that will help you accomplish this. Maybe that means you’ll finish college or attend a vocational school. Whatever it is, now is the time to figure it out and create a plan of action to get it done. Keep in mind that it’s natural for college and career goals to change as you get older and as you learn more about yourself.

Retirement and Emergency Savings

The idea of saving for retirement in your 20s may sound crazy, but it is the best thing you can do. Starting now will only allow you to have more because you are giving it more time to grow. Even if you can only save 100 dollars a month, this will really add up later in life due to compounding interest.

Your first goal needs to be three months of emergency expenses. After that, start donating that savings amount to a 401K through your bank.

Family/Relationship

Do you want kids in the future? A spouse? How about a home of your own? Saving now makes everything that much easier to accomplish. By the time you are in your 30s, you will be able to mark this off your bucket list easily and without stress. Not only that, but you will also get the house of your dreams more likely than not.

All you need to save is about 20 percent of your principal to get a good deal on a mortgage, which will always be less than if you paid rent for something similar in quality. Having children costs money, but if it’s something you need and want in order to be happy, start now setting up your life for your dreams to come true.

Health

Before you plan on having kids (or even if you decide not to have kids), it’s always helpful to set life goals related to health – including your mental health. Living a sedentary lifestyle can shorten your lifespan almost as much as smoking cigarettes can. Use your 20s to be the healthiest you can be to live the longest possible. The habits you form now will pay off in amazing ways later.

One tactic to ensure you are healthy is to make it simple. Move more than you sit and eat more plants than anything else. Also, stay hydrated and get check-ups and dental cleanings regularly even when you feel fine.

Personal Interests

It is never a good idea to avoid what you are passionate about. Maybe you are not one of the fortunate ones that get to work at a job you’re passionate about yet. It’s okay; dive into those passions when you can. Set a schedule so you fit it in.

Spending time with yourself is important, as is taking time to do what you like. For example, set a goal to read one book a month, or learn to paint, or take up a yoga practice. You can also work on that business plan you always thought was unrealistic. Passion projects always boost mental clarity and give everyone a sense of purpose.

Take advantage of the “extra” time you have in your 20s. Set life goals that will continue for decades and lead to a rewarding successful life. This saying may seem trite, but it’s so true: “If you don’t plan, you are just planning to fail.”

Next time, we’ll look at setting life goals when you’re in your 30s.

 

How to Create Empowering Goals PLR Report – 5705 words

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Goal setting is a process of intentionally laying out the want or need for a new skill or project in a step-by-step manner. Once the goal is clearly identified, a plan of action is created to accomplish it.

Goal setting requires a thoughtful plan and a set of steps to be successful. It requires hard work and dedication. Goal setting is essentially deciding to take control of your life by identifying where you want to go and working toward that goal.

Why Having Life Goals Is Important

Having life goals to some may sound like a waste of time, but overall, it is a critical practice to adopt. Any expert will suggest it to help you assure your success. Whether you like where you are now or you are having trouble in your life, set out some life goals that are important to you so that you can work toward them.

This method works because, beyond the goal itself, the experience of working toward the goal provides so much more joy and excitement and fabric to your life. Without goals, you essentially have nothing to look forward to and it’s easy to fall into despair. But when you know where you’re going and how you’ll get there, life becomes fun, exciting, and worth living. In a sense, setting life goals is setting your plan or road map to life and how you plan to ride it.

A Sense of Purpose

Goal setting provides a sense of purpose. It redirects your focus to completing something – whether it be daily, monthly, or yearly. It motivates you to continue your daily life. Each goal you set is another day to look forward to. For example, if you know that walking 30 minutes a day leads to better health, and you check off each day over a year, it helps you understand why you’re doing it.

Essential to True Happiness

When you set life goals, you are essentially making a life plan: a life plan to true happiness. For each goal you set, no matter what steps it has, the end goal is happiness because you know once you accomplish that goal, you will be happier in the end. Each goal you set allows you to get more of what you want out of life.

Focus and Motivation

Setting goals provides a sense of focus and motivation to an everyday life that generally may be convoluted. With each goal that is set, there is also a clear end in sight, which motivates you to continue and accomplish each goal.

The desire to achieve the goal and seeing the finish line provides the determination and drive to get it done. Without goals, your time could likely be wasted on pointless tasks that lead nowhere. You may be busy, but you won’t be productive without goal setting.

Sense of Pride

Nothing feels better than working hard and accomplishing a set of goals. Achieving your goals will fill you with a sense of pride in yourself and what you can do. Setting goals is also another way to track your accomplishments because they are all written down, and you can check off each milestone as they are completed. As these goals are accomplished and then visually represented by the marks on your calendar or the weight you’ve lost or the degree you’ve earned, your confidence will rise as well.

 

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  2. The Right Way to Set and Achieve Your Goals
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  4. Attract the Universe and Achieve Your Goals
  5. Bad Traits to Avoid If You Wish to Achieve Your Goals
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