FREE Webinar:
Your Personal Step-by-Step Goal Setting and Achievement Plan

Take the first step towards achieving your goals in 2011 by creating your own personal goal setting plan.

Nick Usborne is a successful and well-known web copywriter, author and coach, who will assist you in setting up you’re a step-by-step goal setting and achievement plan.

Nick has helped hundreds of freelancers towards their success through the goal-setting process and credits the major part of his considerable accomplishments to setting goals, and then attentively and consistently working on them and reviewing them along the way.

During this webinar Nick will …

  • Explain why some types of goals work, and others don’t
  • Demonstrate the critically important step of extending your Goal Horizon
  • Explain the role and purpose of Waypoints
  • Give you examples of how having a clear goal impacts everything you do, right down to the copy and design on your website
  • Share tools and services you can use to make achieving ambitious goals part of your daily routine
  • And more!


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Published: January 6, 2011

1 Response to “FREE Webinar: Your Personal Step-by-Step Goal Setting and Achievement Plan”

  1. Nick, thanks so much for touching on some aspects of goals and goal setting that I hadn't considered before, and de-mystifying some questions about getting from "here to thar." Wonderful, useful information.


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