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What's Your Goal-Setting Style?
Answer the questions below to discover your goal-setting style and how to make the most of it.
You take up tennis. To learn the game, you:
Enter a tournament a month after your first lesson.
Work with a coach to master one skill at a time.
Begin lessons with an eye toward entering a tournament when you feel ready.
You're ready to get married. Unfortunately, there's no special person in your life. You:
Spend $5,000 on dating services.
Make an effort to meet one new person a week. In quantity, you'll find quality.
Tell friends to keep you in mind if they meet a single person. Someone will come through with a winner.
You wish to save $10,000 over the next 12 months. Your moneymaking plan is to:
Ask all your friends to invest in a great new business idea.
Buy the latest financial bestsellers and chart a surefire course to riches.
Devote one day a month to doing financial-planning research.
You buy a 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle. To complete it, you:
Do 100 pieces the first day, get bored, return to it a month later, get bored, and so on.
Spend one hour a week working on the puzzle until it's completed.
Start the puzzle and come back to it every two weeks or so.
Your two-week vacation is coming up in six months. You:
Pick up brochures on every destination from Iceland to the Amazon.
Make an appointment with your travel agent for the following week.
Highlight the vacation weeks on your calendar.
To drop 30 pounds over the next three months, you:
Limit your intake to 500 calories a day and hire a personal trainer five days a week.
Start a sensible diet to lose one pound a week and start jogging.
Cut out sweets. You're not sure what the next step will be, but you'll reach your goal somehow.
Two months from now, a visiting friend will sleep in your spare bedroom. The room is filled with junk. You:
Clean the room 'round the clock for five days straight.
Sort through and cart away five boxes a week.
Work hard, not feverishly, to get the nasty job done.
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