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Don"t set goals the old way by Wade Cook

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Published by Lighthouse Publishing Group in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English


  • Success -- Religious aspects -- Christianity,
  • Goal (Psychology)

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Edition Notes

StatementWade B. Cook.
LC ClassificationsBV4598.3 .C66 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 125 p. ;
Number of Pages125
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL659163M
ISBN 100910019509
LC Control Number97004402

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  This book reminds me of The Richest Man in Babylon and The Greatest Secret in the World, two excellent books that were short, low on content but packed with inspiration and Wade says; 'Don't be a goal setter, be a goal getter." Setting goals is easy. Doing the activities that make those goals become reality is the hard part.3/5(9).   Don't Set Goals, Set Standards This sense of purpose is echoed by Dan Pink in his book Drive, that "satisfaction at work comes from a deeply human need to . The reason for not giving the book 5 stars is that I would like in a goal setting book to see a form or get some ideas how to manage the goals and make them presentable. If the author doesn't use forms it would be good to see a picture of his diary or his by: 2. The book explains comprehensive knowledge on goal setting --why setting goals is important, how it changes your life, then how to set goals including step-by-step exercises for beginners, how to make concrete plans, scheduling, pitfalls, mindset etc. etc. After reading this book /5(78).

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For my new book, The Killing School, which chronicles the childhood, training, and battlefield exploits of four top military snipers (a Navy SEAL, a Marine sniper, an Army Ranger, and a Canadian infantry sharp-shooter), I spent hours interviewing these day I was talking with one of them, the Canadian, who broke a world record during Operation Anaconda in the mountains of northeastern. Why we don’t set goals. These goals included: Write and publish a book. Make enough money to support my wife so she could stay home and be a full-time mom. Quit my job and become a full-time author, speaker, and coach. The target date for these goals was They were year goals. I ended up accomplishing them in less than two years. “Don't set your goals by what other people deem important.” ― Jaachynma N.E. Agu, The Prince and the Pauper.   Setting a goal is black and white—you either achieve it, or you don’t. Intentions, however, come from a growth mindset, and they set the standard for how you live and act, regardless of.