Setting and Achieving Your Goals for 2012

SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-bound) goal setting concept presented on blackboard with colorful crumpled sticky notes and white chalk handwriting

Date: December 9th, 2011

Time: 3pm, Eastern Time

Topic: Goal Setting

Speaker: Rebecca Matter

The year is coming to a close… can you believe it! And, that means it’s time to get a jump on your 2012 goals. Research shows that people who set clearly defined goals and who share them with others experience more success in life. In this video event, Rebecca Matter walks you through a goal-setting process that sets you up to accomplish more and succeed bigger in 2012.

You’ll learn:

  • How to work backwards, so that you set goals you are passionate about and that are attainable.
  • The questions you need to ask yourself, so that you can map out a realistic plan to get from where you are now to where you want to be.
  • Four criteria every goal must meet if you want to be successful.
  • How to create your own success roadmap.
  • And, so much more.

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Rebecca Matter

Rebecca Matter

President of American Writers and Artists, Inc and founder of Wealthy Web Writer, Rebecca has over 20 years of direct marketing and publishing experience.

7 Comments

  • Thanks Rebecca. Always the same, simple basics, but the examples help me to ‘imagine’ the value and reality for me. Can’t wait to see you in San Diego!

  • Hi Rebecca, Sorry, I’m signed in but not able to hear the video past the first minute. I’ll try later. Thank you

  • Rebecca – Thanks much for breaking this down. There is so much potential out there that it can be overwhelming. This type of plan makes the time allocation aspect much more manageable!

  • Rebecca,
    This video is just what I needed to position me to set my goal for 2012. Thank you for your clear instructions on how to make it manageable. I like the structure of goal-objectives-measurable tasks, and I plan to use it as I create my “Roadmap for Success in 2012.” Thanks again!

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