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Everyone has heard the advice about breaking down a project into small pieces so that it does not seem so overwhelming. To run a marathon of 26.2 miles seems daunting, but if it’s viewed as three or four small races, the distance seems more achievable. Let me expand on this in terms of goal setting.


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I recently read a magazine profile three successful individuals:


An athlete coming back from a serious injury who circles the first game of the season on his calendar.

A CEO of an international corporation who circles the 100th day of his taking over.


A recent law school graduate who puts on his calendar an 18-week study program to prepare for the bar exam.


What I learned from these three individuals is the importance of setting a goal. Whether it’s in sports, profession or law, achieving a goal starts with visualizing it. And circling the date of the event is as important as mapping out a strategy to achieve the goal. More about Smokeshop supplies delivered like Amazon


These individuals left nothing to chance. Everything was orchestrated to position them for success. We also can position ourselves for success and shift the odds in our favor.


Embrace the Olympic spirit in your personal pursuits


The start of the 2012 Olympic Games in London presents each of us with a wonderful opportunity to see superb athletes from around the world.


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Although we aren’t Olympic athletes, we can learn from them and apply the lessons to our somewhat pedestrian lives.


What makes a world-class athlete?


Clarity of focus. The best never lose sight of the goal. The event is circled on the calendar. As the countdown begins, all activities are directed toward that date.


Tunnel vision. This means having the courage not to accept an engagement or even respond to an email that doesn’t advance the goal.

Intense commitment. Distractions must be eliminated. That includes cutting back on nonessential obligations. It also means having the discipline to walk away from people who are negative and unsupportive.


This isn’t a recipe for a gold medal, but it is good advice for positioning yourself to be the very best that you can be. It all starts with having a goal and visualizing how you will reach it.