Month: October 2010

Daily Maps

How to Stay on Track and Find a Way to your Goals   Make daily MAPs a habit, and remember to schedule/make time for yourself and your self improvement quest. It is important, perhaps more important than anything else you could be doing. To build a positive self-image, we must constantly feed it positive meals …

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Your Quote or Motto

How to fill out your Personal Achievement Map – Part 7 This lesson is devoted to your resonating motto, quotation, or touchstone. We have provided many examples, but the garden from which to choose your own is filled with possibilities. The last part of your Personal Achievement Map (located at the very bottom of the …

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Your Plan

How to fill out your Personal Achievement Map – Part 6 Use the TIC TOC – You don’t stop strategy to train yourself to finish what you start. The acronym provides the steps necessary to achieve success. To help you stay on track with your plan of action, you can ask yourself the questions pertaining …

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Achievement Beliefs

How to fill out your Personal Achievement Map – Part 5 This lesson is all about our beliefs, and establishing a strong set of Achievement Beliefs (as opposed to “wait and see” or negative beliefs). What do you do when you come to a cross road? Do you wonder why you’re there? Do you fear …

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Your Vision

How to fill out your Personal Achievement Map – Part 4 Having a sharply focused 20/20 vision is very important. Still working with our MAP, this chapter brings us to the Vision section and the 5 Rs. In this section, you mentally review all of your positive images and make the most use of your …

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Declaration

How to fill out your Personal Achievement Map – Part 3 Show your seriousness about creating a great future (in spite of any past mistakes) by signing a contract with yourself: a declaration. This section is used to create a small contract with yourself. You will simply write what you are willing to do to …

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Your Goals

How to fill out your Personal Achievement Map – Part 2 There is a great emphasis on goals and goal setting on the Personal Achievement Map. Without goals, we are rudderless ships bound to capsize or run into rocks. Goals are our channel markers, leading us to safe harbor, health, wealth, and happiness. Use them …

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Your Purpose

How to fill out your Personal Achievement Map – Part 1 Discover your purpose. What is it you want from life, your relationships, family, or friends? What is your number one goal? That is your purpose. Your purpose is not simply to reach your goal; it is the reason behind your goals. It is what …

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