Sunday Motivation – Reach Your Goal!

Do you really want to reach your goal?

Do you know why September 22nd is important? No, let me tell you then…it begins the final 100 days of the year!  It is the perfect motivation to get yourself in gear to reach your goal by the end of the year.

Bus Man show goal - smWant to win big and finish the year strong?  Then…get really good at achieving your goals.

Most people have no problem with setting goals.  ONLY a few know how to achieve them consistently.

I have found the perfect tool for you.  Take a look at this Manifesto and free video series by Gary Ryan Blair, who will show you exactly what it takes to crush your goals and unleash your greatness.

You’ll love what’s inside this video series and manifesto…

Primarily because they focus on one thing – getting you from point A to point B as quickly as possible, and they do an exceptional job at achieving that objective.

In this Manifesto you will learn:

The importance of how you execute these final 100 days.  Look at these five compelling reasons to help you finish strong…

  1.  Fixed Deadline – A fixed 100 day deadline brings clarity and conviction to your daily actions. Knowing that the clock is ticking is one of the best motivators for finishing strong as it creates a massive sense of urgency about achieving your goals before time runs out.
  2. Chance for Redemption – If you are below target after 265 days and your back is against the wall, these final 100 days provide you with one last chance for redemption. Look at this as comeback time, as an opportunity to prove your worth and salvage the year.
  3. Set an Inspiring Example – Your performance can be seen as the sad consequence of neglect, poor character, lack of direction and ambition, or it can be an inspiring example of talent put to good use in the intense pursuit of clearly defined year-end goals.
  4. Build Momentum – Building and sustaining momentum is one of the smartest things you can do during these last 100 days as it provides a powerful platform for a fast start to the New Year. Remember, how you start is always a direct result of how well you finish.
  5. Throw Down a Challenge – There’s nothing quite like a good old-fashioned challenge to test your limits, exceed quotas and expectations, to keep your teeth sharp, and to show the world that you’ve got the chops to do what it takes to finish the year strong.

Let me ask you… Were you in the Quick Start Challenge? Now is your opportunity to super charge what you started with the 100 Day Challenge… the last 100 days of the year!  What goal do you want to hit by the end of the year? Let us know by commenting below!

Want help to reach that goal you just put in the comment section?  If you’re serious about reaching your goals…

Stop What You’re Doing And Check This Out… Last 100 Days of Year Manifesto  (Be sure to turn on the volume switch!)

 

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About Barbara Dowling

Owner of Sunshine Global Marketing LLC offering products and services to help people grow their online business. Also help people with their insurance needs in Florida.
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8 Responses to Sunday Motivation – Reach Your Goal!

  1. I think it is great for most people to have this kind of road map on motivation. It keeps them on the straight and narrow so to speak. Great work!

  2. Duane Reeve says:

    “Holy Cr-p” is that all the time we have left for this year – Eeek!
    Now that’s motivation for me already. I’m actually sitting here hyperventilating…

    Going to check out the 100-day challenge to see if it will motivate me as much as I was motivated by the QSC. Liked this post even though I’m still recovering from the shock.
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    • barbschallenge says:

      Hey Duane…that was my feeling exactly! I have already gone through the program last year and reached my insurance goal. I am going to do it again this year to reach my online marketing goal…as you say to keep up the QSC motivation. There is a forum but it is completely different than the QSC. I feel it is an excellent tool, which is why I have no problem recommending it! By the way, great article on RSS Feed…I learned a lot!

  3. Sue says:

    Wow, Barbara! This is so tempting. Is there also a group/community (like the QSC Facebook group) to be accountable to some body?!

    Are you going to do it?

    My goal is to make at least $3,000/month online, haha!
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    • barbschallenge says:

      Hi Sue,

      I did this last year during insurance open enrollment and I plan to do it again this year regarding my online business. The QSC got me to finally take action and I really want to take my business to the next level. They have a forum vs a facebook group. You get daily videos with motivation and your assignment and there is a weekly call which is recorded if you miss it. You CAN reach that goal! BTW thanks for the great review of Windows 10!

  4. Hello Barbara

    Thanks for the kick up the bum, only 100 days left before the cycle of promises begins again. I have signed up for the 100 day challenge and will take a look at the video in a moment, having missed all this years goals by quite a large margin, I am certainly open to new approaches to hitting my targets.

    Hopefully this challenge will help just as the QSC did to get me back into a productive routine, even if life did get in the way for a couple of weeks.

    igor
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    • barbschallenge says:

      Hello Igor, It seems the year has flown by so quickly! I used the 100 day Challenge to help me through open enrollment with my insurance sales last year. It was a great motivation to keep going and I did meet my sales goal! It is completely different than the QSC because it is geared to any type of goal… not just online marketing. BTW, I enjoyed your “The Dog Never Ate my Posts” article and got lots of valuable lessons! May you have a successful last 100 days of the year!

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