Maximum Achievement Goal Planner
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A very good template to plan your short, medium and long term plans
By (London, England)
I usually buy Brian Tracy products in physical form, and the beauty is that Brian always sends a copy of the products in electronic form so you can access it in your Brian Tracy account immediately. With this one, I bought it is in electronic form so it saves the postage (I live in Britain). Moreover, the flexibility of this, with the Goal Planner workbook is that you can print out as many copies as you so wish. Once you have finished one workbook, you can print out another one. Apart from printing costs, which is pretty minimal, it saves having to purchase another workbook! Super! The workbook itself is very good and gives a very good template to set and work towards your goals and plans, whether they are short, medium or long term plans. The workbook works for all timescales so it has maximum flexibility. Recommended if you wish to have a roadmap to keep you focused on your goals.
Excellent Guide to a Beautiful Start for the New Year
By Jaime Duane Miller "Grace Plant Operator" (Sulphur, Louisiana)
Brian Tracy is an excellent coach for anyone. His products are put together with the student in mind. In all products I purchased, I received much more the the cost of the product.
Goals = GPS of your success
By Mohammad Ali "Sales Manager " (London)
Clear. To the point and gets you think about what you're really after
FOLLOW YOUR PATH
By Dave Bourdon (Grand Rapids, Miichigan)
writing out your goals is the only way to make sure they are reached. The planner gives you everything you need to set them up and guide you to their completion
By "Real Estate Investor" (Lexington, SC)
This is a super awesome goal planner. It has changed everything for the better for me.
A Great Mentor!
By Ofole Nonso "An aspiring inventor of two devices" (Lagos, Nigeria)
A book by him answers age-long question that had puzzled me. Several spiritual, psychological and philosophical books/teachings have for centuries enjoined students to use powers within, powers of the mind, with which mountains can be moved, with which men have flown, with which things good or evil can be attracted to oneself. But often it is either these institutions fail to reveal specific methods of utilizing this power or they reserve them for the initiated. In Maximum Achievement, Brian teaches us the laws of greatness.
I think this saved me from mediocrity.
By John Truman (Tucson, Arizona)
Honestly, my dad gave me this book about two years ago. I think it sat underneath a pile of junk mail for about six months after that. I can’t remember what finally motivated me to open it but thank God I finally did. I am literally a different person now and it has become pretty clear to me why my dad gave me the book in the first place. These days my family calls me the overachiever; and now I’m turning my dad on to new Brian Tracy books.
By Robert Mirabal (Memphis, Tennessee)
This book actually got me excited about planning my goals. It has helped me to become my own inspiration. Definitely recommend this one.
I was like a derailed train and I didn’t even know it
By Joel Thompson (Columbus, Ohio)
It actually embarrasses me to think about how many times I have diligently written out some very well defined goals with all the best intentions, only to find myself a few months later running across that dusty list and saying, “oh yeah… my goals…”.
Now, while Brian Tracy certainly did not invent the idea of goal setting, he has produced some very effective products for goal achievement. The Maximum Achievement Goal Planner was actually the first Brian Tracy product that I had bought but 3 Brian Tracy books and 2 CD’s later, the Goal Planner is still the template for my daily life.
On a daily, weekly, monthly and annual basis, I can always see a crystal clear picture of the most direct path to my objectives. The peace of mind that I enjoy from this rare sense of clarity is just a bonus on top of the rewards that I’ve reaped from actually achieving so many of my goals. Thank you Brian!