Achieve Your Goals With Your Own Personal Action Plan

Peter Gasca, Try or die not knowing.

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8 Lessons (33m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:33
    • 2. Video #1: Overview

      3:09
    • 3. Video #2: Creating a Meaningful Vision and Mission

      7:41
    • 4. Video #3: Setting SMART Goals

      4:04
    • 5. Video #4: Identifying Strengths and Weaknesses

      3:37
    • 6. Video #5: Creating APT Action

      5:00
    • 7. Video #6: Reviewing and Reflecting

      3:02
    • 8. Video #7: Final Thoughts

      3:21

About This Class

Premise: In today's hyper-connected and fast-paced environment, it is all too easy to become consumed with distractions that keep us from making progress toward (or just keep up with) important life goals.

Ultimately, important activities, those that do not have immediate results and require a long-term planning process, are lost in less-impactful daily routines and a growing sense of FOMO (fear of missing out).

Overview: In this series of videos, I will teach you how to make real and steady progress toward the goals that will have the highest impact on your life. You will learn how to identify a meaningful personal vision, set realistic and achievable goals, assess your (real) personal strengths and (honest) weaknesses, and develop an action plan that will help you stick to and meet your life goals.

This class is meant for anyone who has ambitions to achieve something bigger, bolder and more consequential but feels stuck in and held by the daily grind of trying to keep up.

Throughout this process, you will create and refine your own Personal Action Plan that is actionable and accountable while learning tips to help you make meaningful progress toward the life you want.

Lessons:

- Introduction: Why do you need a Personal Action Plan?
- Overview: The Personal Action Planning Funnel
- Setting a Personal Vision and Mission
- Setting SMART Goals
- Identifying Meaningful Strengths and Weaknesses (and tools you can use)
- Creating an APT Action Plan
- Next Steps
- Final Thoughts