Web Intensive – Your Six-Month Goal Check-In


Date: September 11th, 2013
Time: Noon, Eastern Time
Topic: Achieving Goals
Presenter: Joshua Boswell

Setting goals and planning goals are important steps to success. But really, it’s about achieving your goals. If you’re not achieving your goals, then you’re not really building the life that you set out to. In this important event, Joshua Boswell joins Wealthy Web Writer members and Web Intensive attendees to share his insights into making steady forward progress, overcoming obstacles, and achieving more than you dreamed possible.

During this event, Joshua will address:

  • What to do when fear holds you back.
  • The importance of the scope of your vision.
  • How to enlist support.
  • Turning obstacles into opportunities.
  • And much more.

Joshua will answer your questions during the event. Any question you have about setting goals, achieving goals, finding and landing clients, or succeeding as a freelancer, please send them to Joshua, here.

Don’t miss this opportunity to put your progress toward your goals back on track.

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Joshua Boswell

Joshua Boswell

As a sought-after copywriter who has grown his business from nothing to more than six figures in less than 12 months, Joshua teaches other writers how to successfully market and position themselves.


  • Hi, Joshua,

    Great call, as always. This one really hit the nail on the head! I have wondered how this all tied together and now I am understanding it more. Thank you so very much.

    There were areas of frustration where I just thought it was “self-sabotage” but I didn’t understand why or what specific steps to take to change that pattern and have different results. Since I love to research, I’ve got lots of information and lists of goals and things to do, as well as things that I am doing. It’s not that I’m not working on that area, but I knew I was still missing a piece of the puzzle.

    However, with the examples you shared from your early copywriting experiences, I have a better understanding that it is not really “self-sabotage” but instead how important it is to have a clear blueprint for the subconscious and how absolutely critical the emotional repetition is plus being consistent until the desired results are reached. That’s been the missing piece for me. I’ve been trying to do it only through logic, trying to reason it out – with goals, lists, and knowledge but without the positive emotional repetition aspect – not realizing how important that part really is. So I appreciate how you have explained this. I know this is a turning point for me.

    It seems that the emotional repetition in the negative sense just automatically comes to people because of negative programming and circumstances we have gone through and doesn’t have to be learned, but the positive emotional repetition requires deliberate focus, effort, time, intensity, and consistent application. That’s apparently one thing that makes a big difference between the 95% and the 5%, as you referred to in the Yale study. As you said, “It’s going to take focus and hard work.” But achieving the desired end result will be worth it.

    Now I know where to focus and improve. Thank you so much for this great training.


    Patricia Duncan

    P.S. Congratulations to you and your wife, that’s exciting – a new baby (or babies) in the family!

  • Hi Joshua,
    I’ve just finished listening to your talk and want to thank you so much for it. It has helped me immensely to see what has been my problem all these years and to determine what I need to do to achieve my goals – a true light bulb moment. You have given me great encouragement and knowledge to change my map to a correct one. Till today, I didn’t know I had a subconscious map but I knew that even my biggest efforts often took me very short distances towards my larger goals. I’ve applied what I thought was lots of effort but have generally given up because of seeing only short term or small positive results. I’ve had so many partially done projects in most areas of my life and now have a good insight to what I need to complete my projects, both big and small. I appreciate this so very much.

    Just a note for you: I hope you were not discouraged in any way that there were no questions after your talk. I believe the reason is because you made it all so clear that there was nothing to question. I know I didn’t have any questions. I’ve also made good notes so I can read them whenever I want or need to give myself positive encouragement by reminding myself of what I’ve learned today.

    Many rich blessings,
    Dianne Hummelle

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