Goal For It
Project Manager: Syndee Hendricks
(one chapter by Elena Rahrig)
Are you struggling to stay motivated to achieve your goals, or seeking ways to keep your motivation at a high level? Do you enjoy getting ideas from others on how they achieved their goals? Are you looking for inspiration, or a great read to pump you up? Then look no further! Goal For It: 30 Paths to Imagine More Success offers answers to all of those questions, from multiple authors, who are inspirational and extraordinary!
- Multiple motivated high achievers
- Multiple ideas to achieve goals
- Dozens of titles of motivational books
- “Go to” motivational techniques from entrepreneurs
- Discover a new way to think about fear
- Systematic equations to goal achievement
There is one question people who meet me always ask: “How do you accomplish so much?” I’m certain that part of it is that they are intrigued because I don’t speak exceptionally fast, I don’t move quickly, and I have always been a generously built woman since age 12. In fact, when I was in middle management, I worked with a woman who was very hyper, moved very quickly, and spoke even faster. We split the duties of a huge day-long project. I gave her first choice of staff, workload, etc. When I finished my half of the project before she did, she was furious! I just smiled as I have gotten that reaction my entire life. Still do.
My purpose for writing this anthology book is to help people achieve their goals by being able to relate to and be motivated by one of more of the multiple authors in the book. I’ve been working with people in my career for decades to achieve goals. I’ve recently been developing a Goal Achievement Program with a multimillion-dollar business this year-goal achievement is definitely in my wheelhouse. What I have learned over my career is that people learn differently and have higher level results by learning from different people who they can relate to.
After I hired Transform Publishing to work with me on this book, the idea popped into my head to not only have multiple authors write chapters for the book, but also to find them in all the societal generations! Note that many references show different dates within a few years for most of the generations, and different names for the older two generations. They are listed below:
Age 116 – 91 GI Gen (1901 – 1926)
Age 90 – 72 Mature or Silent (1927 – 1945)
Age 53 – 71 Boomers (1946 – 1964)
Age 37 – 52 Gen X (1965 – 1980)
Age 36 – 17 Gen Y Millennials (1979 – 2000)
Age 16 – 0 Gen Z Boom-lets after 2001 (tweens & toddlers)
Now to answer the burning question: How do I accomplish so much? In-a-nutshell, here is the simple answer: Focused determination. It would be so wonderful if it was that simple for everyone, wouldn’t it? Though that is a top priority for achieving goals, there are so many other components that are critical for those who don’t have those tools in their wheelhouse to use. When even one of those items is not present, it totally throws a wrench in the accomplishment arena!
Goal For It: 30 Paths to Imagine More Success is filled with multiple authors from many different generations, geographic locations and business arenas of life who are going to share with you how they achieve goals. Everyone needs to gain more tools in their toolbox, or at the very minimum, sharpen the tools they have. My hope is that you will glean nuggets from them and relate to at least one so that you can sharpen your tools and build your wheelhouse of goal achievement.