How to accomplish your goals

We live in a time of unlimited opportunity, yet many of us still struggle to achieve our goals. This class will help you identify why you have struggled to achieve your goals in the past and provide you with the tools you need to accomplish your goals in the future.

Once you’ve mastered the skills taught in this class, you will be able to accomplish even your biggest goals: learning a brand new skill, meeting all your deadlines, launching a new project, or achieving your dreams. In the simplest terms, you will learn how to set goals that are meaningful to you and then take the steps necessary to achieve them.

   — students completed this course

   — recommend it to other students

   Teachers: Jordan Thibodeau and Samara Veler

 

Start Course

 

Course plan

Lesson 1. How to Pick the Best Goal
Lesson 2. Discovering the Critical Actions That Will Make Your Big Goal Achievable
Lesson 3. Developing a Big Goal Ritual
Lesson 4. Building a Schedule to Achieve Your Big Goal
Lesson 5. Tracking Your Progress without Straying from Your Big Goal
Lesson 6. Conquering Your Big Goal Saboteurs
Lesson 7. Harnessing the Power of an Ancient Hero to Achieve Your Big Goal
Lesson 8. Making Your Past, Present, and Future Selves Work in Harmony
Lesson 9. How to Bounce Back from Goal Failure
Lesson 10. Celebrating Your Successes
+ Quiz

 

Format

Starting tomorrow, you will receive a new lesson straight to your inbox every morning for 10 days. Lessons take just 5 minutes to read, and each course is followed by fun, knowledge-testing quiz.

 

Membership

Highbrow teaches you something new every day. As you sip your morning coffee and rub the sleep from your eyes, Highbrow delivers a short, 5-minute email lesson to help you learn anything from art and philosophy, to business and personal development.

Join Highbrow and get unlimited access to our entire catalog of 250+ courses created by world renowned experts. With Highbrow you’ll never run out of new things to learn.

First 30 days are free. Cancel anytime. → Learn more about membership

 

  • Format
    One lesson delivered via email daily
  • Duration
    10 days
  • Time
    5 minutes reading a day

Related Courses