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Do you really know what your primary goal in life is and how to achieve it? A lot of people think they have clear goals and a real sense of purpose, but if that is the case, why are so many still struggling to find their way?

To take full advantage of the tremendous power in clarity, you first have to be truly clear in what you truly want. The great thing is you don’t have to be a person with above average ability to succeed. You just need to understand the psychology of achievement and how to effectively channel your efforts towards a well-defined purpose.

Here is a guiding quote from Brian Tracy that I think is awesome: “The establishment of a clear, central purpose or goal in life is the starting point of all success. An average person with average talent, ambition and education, can outstrip the most brilliant genius in our society, if that person has clear, focused goals.” . . .

Clear focused goals are the key. What most people need is an easy process to help them identify their most important goals and establish a plan of action to bring them about.

Psychology of AchievementBrian Tracy has spent much of his life researching this very topic and developing programs and other training resources to help people fulfill this vital purpose. One of his audio programs that I have found most helpful is The New Psychology of Achievement. (I have it in both cassette and CD format!)

The program covers many areas of personal development and provides numerous easy to apply exercises designed to help you analyze your present state, develop new and more empowering beliefs about your abilities and potential, and get focused on becoming the best you can be to achieve all of your key goals.

Here is a very brief look at a couple of sections that I particularly enjoy:

Your Self-Concept

This could be your starting point for new successes beyond your wildest imagination. Self-concept often presents one of the biggest roadblocks that people face. Brian helps you examine the three parts of your self-concept and guides you to new and empowering discoveries about your own potential.

Failure verses Feedback

Brian explains that there is no failure in life, only feedback. Once you begin to grasp this incredible concept and start to put it to work to your best advantage in all situations, your progress towards self-improvement and greater personal achievement will accelerate.

Unlocking Your Potential

In this section, Brian takes you through three quick exercises to help you unlock your potential, and he explains seven mental laws that are the keys to determining your potential.

It’s all great stuff! Especially when he explains the law of incremental improvement (improving bit by bit in stages), and takes you through the seven key ingredients of the 1,000 percent formula. Yes, he demonstrates how you can improve your performance in any area by 1,000 percent! It is easier than you may think.

There is so much more that I could write about why I personally appreciate The New Psychology of Achievement. But what interests and inspires me may be different for you.

If you think you could benefit from some expert guidance on creating clear, empowering goals for yourself and developing an effective plan of action for their achievement, then I completely recommend that you check out Brian’s program.

Yes, I am a seller. But I was first a customer and this personal development program was one of the first that I bought from Brian. It is excellent for the purpose. You will benefit from it.

Remember what the artist, Michelangelo, said: “The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short, but in setting our aim too low and achieving our mark.”

Aim high. Use this self-improvement resource from Brian Tracy International to help you identify your purpose and create greater focus in your quest for personal success.

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* You might also enjoy these Personal Development posts:

~ Why Personal Development Planning is Important

~ Keys to Removing Barriers to Achievement

~ Focus is Pivotal for Maximum Personal Achievement

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