“Magic” Goal Setting
January 2, 2009 by Administrator
Last year I took my first shot at planning 100 goals to finish in 100 days. I suprised myself by completing 80% of the goals on my list. I used a program created by Dax Moy called the Magic Hundred. If you participated in the 12 Days of Fitness then I’m sure you heard about it or even purchased it. If you did, don’t let this program sit around, use it right away.
One of the most incredible accomplishments last year was my trip to see my family for the first time in the Philippines. There is an adventure goal building exercise in the program that I am now a complete believer in. Prior to the Magic Hundred, I would have never imagined traveling to another country, especially since I didn’t even have a passport, but within the first 60 days of the program I found myself on an airplane traveling to see family I had never met before. I was so excited!
So this year, after sharing the program with my husband, we decided to involve our two older daughters in our goal making. Yesterday we spent an hour listening to the audios and creating our individual lists of 100 goals to finish in 100 days. It was really fun to see the spark in their eyes as they began dreaming of goals big and small to accomplish over the next several months.
We will meet again on April 2nd to create our second list of 100 goals for the year 2009.
There is a system to the Magic Hundred that is so simple but works so well. It really is magical how opportunities seem to come out of the woodwork to help you achieve your goals.
This blog that you’re reading right now was one of the goals on my original list of 100. There were many others that I accomplished such as spending one night a week on a date with my husband, starting a daily bible study with my girls, writing my first book, reading several specific books, finishing another certification course and becoming an RKC. I could go on but I think you can see that this program can be very powerful if used with dedication.
So, if you have been setting resolutions every year that never become reality, this program could change that for good.
Dax even has a free community set up for the users of the Magic Hundred. Talk with him and ask him questions you may have regarding the program before you purchase it. I met Dax last year in Connecticut for the first time and he is a genuine, transparent person.
Make 2009 your best year yet!