Are you someone who likes to set goals and track your progress? Are you aware that people who write goals and track their goals are 42% more likely to achieve their desired goals? If you would like a simple way to track, write, and review your goals in the cloud then this podcast is something you need to listen too?
My guest for this podcast is Yuval Goren the founder of “Success Wizard” a cloud-based software solution for people who would like to take advantage of the fact that writing goals and focusing on life management will help you achieve your dreams. During this podcast, you will learn how the software works as well as the many features that make Success Wizard one of the best cloud-based life management tools on the market today.
So, why should you take the extra few steps to write out your goals or create a vision board? How about because a Harvard Business Study found out the following related to goal-setting:
- Eighty-three percent of respondents had no goals.
- Fourteen percent of respondents had plans but had not written them down. The study found that this group was ten times more likely to succeed than those without any goals.
- Three percent of respondents had written down their goals. They were three times more likely to succeed than the group who had some plan in mind.
What this research made clear is that if you want the best possible results, you need to define your goals and then write them down.
A study by the Dominican University of California took a slightly different stance. They divided participants into five groups.
- The first group had to think about their goals, and rate them according to various factors but not write them down. This group achieved a 43 percent overall success rate or progressed at least part of the way to attaining their goals.
- The second group did the same, but this group wrote the goals down.
- The third group did the same as the second but also wrote their action commitments down.
- The fourth group did all of that, and also shared their action commitments with a friend.
- The final group did everything the others did, but also sent their friends updates. This group had the highest success rate, at 76 percent.
What we learn from this study is that writing down your goals, and what actions you take to achieve them, and then sharing these and your progress with a friend gives you the best chance of success. Incorporated into Success Wizard is a feature that allows you to share your goals with others, which is a big factor in achieving their goals.
If you want to learn more about “Success Wizard” please click here to be directed to download the software and receive a 25% discount for signing up. Enjoy this podcast with the founder of “Success Wizard“. When you check out please use code IPGSUCCESS for your 25% discount.