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I took some time to think about what area I am having problems with and I’d have to say it would be the reality, committing and action part. It was interesting that you mentioned the four hour work week. When I first read the book I thought it was one of the most awesome books I have read, but when I looked more and more into the reality of it and my own limiting beliefs, it conflicted with some other parts of me, especially my values and if I wanted to just create a product that would make money, or one that I would be passionate about and make money as well. For some time I even started an amway business, because I wanted to make money and get out of my job, since I feel in some ways it has held me back, and I still havent gotten anywhere and still work at the same job. I am also pretty wishy washy and have a hard time committing or even being decisive at times, so I haven’t committed and If I haven’t committed I dont quite know what action or what to do as well. Im going to be working on this asap and not putting things off though, thanks for the video though it was awesome.

posted 7 years ago

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by Matt - ActionReactor

Jared,

Thanks for taking the time to write such a thoughtful response. From reading your comment, it seems that what your struggling with is not one specific piece of the process, but rather, the idea of the goal setting process as a map, with each part a defined section you go through on the road to achieving your dreams. I suggest you go through the ENTIRE process with your goal, substituting the haphazard for the systematic. I think once you go through this process even once, you’ll see the logic and magic of it and it’ll be smooth sailing from there.

Sincerely,
Matt – CEO of ActionReactor

posted 7 years ago

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It sounds like you’re creating problems yourself by trying to solve this issue instead of looking at why
their is a problem in the first place

posted 7 years ago

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by Matt - ActionReactor

Lazaro,

There’s no difference. In order to solve issues, you must get to the root cause. This is why goals always start with the decision step. There is definitely some insight in that respect to your comment.

Sincerely,
Matt – CEO of ActionReactor

posted 7 years ago

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by Maverick

I was trying to find this. Thanks a lot.

posted 6 years ago

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