Get somewhere this year.

"Most people overestimate what they can do in a day, and underestimate what they can do in a year."
(adapted from Bill Gates)

Goal-Crafting Intensive February 2019

Make time to make a plan, online on Feb 23rd or 24th

registration now closed

New Year's Resolutions typically crash by February? No worries.

Fortunately, January 1st isn't the only time that you can make a major course correction. This Goal Crafting Intensive is an online workshop that picks up where resolutions fall short. It's designed to provide you with the structure, focus and support you need to develop powerful goals that will help you have the most productive year of your life (so far!)

What you can accomplish:

  • Get clarity on what your most important goals are
  • Identify possible actions and approaches you could take, and prioritize between them
  • Develop strategies stay motivated and focused on executing your plan
  • Put in place systems to help you continually reflect, adjust and improve

The Intensive includes advance content so that you arrive ready to hit the ground running, instruction and coaching to provide you personalized support, and a practice group that meets weekly so you can continue learning with peers throughout the year.

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What are past participants saying?

"The Goal Crafting Intensive gave me more clarity around how to create goals that strike a balance between focus and flexibility."
Felippe, Brazil
"The GCI workshop set a great tone for the new year—starting it in a growth-oriented way focused on building systems rather than setting commitments without follow-through."
Johannes, Germany

75% of survey respondents were significantly more prepared for their year compared to previous years, due to our workshop.

Having Goals Matters

The scientific literature broadly agrees that goals have (at least) four important effects[1]:

  1. Goals direct attention toward goal-relevant activities and vice versa
  2. Goals energize you to work harder
  3. Goals challenge you to persist longer
  4. Goals cause you to become more strategic

Some people (notably Dilbert creator Scott Adams) have claimed that instead of goals, you should have "systems". Nonsense. Have both.

At the Goal-Crafting Intensive, we'll talk about how to use goals effectively, while not falling into some of the common traps, like lost purposes or a mindset of pre-success failure.

Goals + Systems > Resolutions

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