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July 11, 2007

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Mantra Mali

If a man comes to your front door and says he is conducting a survey And asks you to show him your bum, do not show him your bum. This is a scam. He only wants to see your bum. I wish I had got this yesterday. I feel so stupid and cheap. -The Bum http://www.widgetmate.com

Scott McArthur

For me it is all about visualisation - if u can see the future youo can plan your route!

Meridith Levinson

What a great idea: a 120 day plan for our personal lives! Curt, you should turn this idea into a book proposal.

jimmy

My plan which i think others should follow is to completely transform my lifestyle from being so energy-dependant to relying more on what the environment has to offer. this can be difficult at times but if you look in the right places you can find the means to do this. i have begun my putting natural skylighting all over my home: http://www.idtenergystore.com/Natural-Skylight/c56/index.html

JeremyS

Funny, just today I was reading Steve Pavlina's Do It Now article, in which he talks about a 90 day plan to coincide with the seasons. Either way, a good strategy.

Everything Counts

The basics of goal setting and results orientation are simple. If you want to get better outcomes, you must prioritize every action and activity you undertake. You must compartmentalize everything you do in order to remain focused on the goal at hand.
From eureka to achievement, the evolution of a goal begins in the mind and immediately takes shape when pen is put to paper. The goal progresses from thought to sketch; from sketch to action; and finally from action to achievement, in real time. The achievement of a goal is an exemplary tale of power, purpose, and potential. To enjoy the fruits of victory, begin by visualizing your goal and continue with that image until completion.

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