We're closing in on the end of 2004. Have you achieved the goals you set back in January? Did you write down your goals, put them away somewhere and forget about them? If you're not hitting the goals you set, perhaps it's time to try a completely different approach to goal setting. Numerous research studies have demonstrated the power of putting your goals in writing. Some people believe visualizing your goals will help make them a reality. While each of these approaches has merit, perhaps what you really need is to set some stinky goals instead. What is a stinky goal? It's a goal you set that involves all five senses. The challenge for most of us is that our goals tend to be strictly a mental activity. Most of us think about what we would like to achieve, but few people use all five senses as part of their goal-setting process. Some people paste up pictures of a new car or picture themselves cashing a huge commission check. In each case, because the goal only involves one or two sens...
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