Greg Vincent

The Password To Help You Achieve Your Goals

I don’t know if you find the same thing, but nowadays, we seem to have so many logins & passwords that we have to remember, so to help you, here’s a simple concept that can not only help you to remember your passwords but it can help you to achieve your goals at the same time.

Everyday there seems to be one time or another where we need to provide a password or PIN number to gain access to an account, chat with friends on Facebook or even hire a video.

Remembering these passwords can sometimes drive you crazy & can become very frustrating.

Over the past few years I’ve found a simple way that I can choose a password that is easy to remember & it’s helped me to succeed at the same time.

Here’s a video explaining the simple concept…

As an example of how this could work for you: Let’s say that you’re planning an overseas holiday to Fiji & you wanted to go in say February next year, then using this strategy you could create passwords like fiji0210 or fiji1002 to help you stay on track.

Most success trainers will agree that goals must have a deadline attached to them & short term goals should be reviewed daily.

Key To Success

Whatever you set as your goal, this simple strategy will provide you with a daily reminder of your goal & it will help you to stay on track.

3 Simple Goal Setting Steps
1. Establish a short term goal & write it down.
2. Set a deadline for achieving the goal.
3. Create a password to constantly remind you of your goal.

I know this works & I hope it helps you to achieve your goals too.

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5 Responses to “The Password To Help You Achieve Your Goals”

  • Love that Greg and thanks for sharing! I’m going to change all my passwords asap – what a great idea.

    A tip for you or anyone else – When my office calls me on my mobile phone the word “office” doesn’t appear. The statement “you earn $200,000 per month” appears. I first started this at $7,000, $10,000, $30,000 then $100,000 per month. Whenever I have a phenomenal month and hit the target I immediately raise the figure and re-program my phone – and mind!

    Cheers and thanks again.

  • Steve, that’s a fantastic use of affirmations & must help to remove self-limiting beliefs on an ongoing basis. Great idea.

    PS: I’m pleased you liked the password tip.

  • Tony G says:

    Fantastic idea. I’m going to change my passwords, plus I like Steve’s idea with the incoming phone calls. Thanks for sharing it. guys.

  • Greg Chappell says:

    Do you ever find that you have too many goals going at once?
    All meaningful and all have apurpose

  • Greg, at any given time anyone who is focussed on achievement will normally have numerous goals running at the one time. Some of my goals are short term daily, weekly, monthly goals. Others are based upon spiritual, business, personal or family goals and then others are long term goals/projects.

    The key to successfully achieving goals is to have something exciting to happen as a result of achieving each goal.

    Timing also plays a very important role in scheduling the achievement of your goals & building the excitement, especially with long term goals.

    For example: If going snow skiing through the powder snow of Whistler/Blackcomb or Colorado is the goal that excites you & drives you to achieve your financial goals, then it’s no use setting the goal based on our financial calender year because you can’t go powder skiing on the 30th June. It’s the wrong timing.

    On the other hand if the reward for achieving the goal is a trip to see Ayers Rock then that timing is ideal.

    Most people seem to ask themselves the wrong questions about what they really want when they are setting goals. Make the goals exciting enough to build a significant level of desire to want to achieve them or otherwise the fire in the belly that you need is often extinguished at the first sign of a hurdle.

    I hope this helps.

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