Scott H Young

Goals Free Chapters


Several weeks ago I released a free, full-version program entitled, Goals! An Interactive Guide. It has been downloaded a fair number of times and I have received some positive feedback about it. That being said, I can understand how some people don’t wish to download and install a program to get the content. Although it is impossible for me to put the interactive content into a blog entry, I am going to release all nine chapters in the series for free over this website during the next week. Hopefully this will allow greater access to the content to a larger amount of people.

I have been very busy in the past few days and probably the whole next week, mostly researching new ideas to pursue. Between working full-time at a job, improving my exercise/diet plans and trying to read a hundred or so pages each day, I felt now would be a good time to take a short break from blogging to come back with fresh insights. In the meantime, I’ll post a chapter each day in the form of a blog article on the subject of goal setting.

Goals! An Interactive Guide Chapters:

Chapter One: Why Set Goals?

Chapter Two: Decide Exactly What You Want

Chapter Three: Create an Unstoppable Drive

Chapter Four: Get Organized

Chapter Five: Stay Flexible

Chapter Six: Overcoming Obstacles

Chapter Seven: Review Your Progress

Chapter Eight: Velocity-Based Goal Setting

Chapter Nine: Operate From the Highest Level

Although Chapters Two to Nine are normal blog entries, Chapter One is a notable exception with some interactive content. The original chapter has some simple HTML layout to encourage you to follow along with a goal-setting exercise. I’m hoping I can format it onto a blog entry, but if I can’t there may be a slight delay as I do a quick rewrite. Otherwise the first chapter should be available sometime tomorrow.

Stay tuned!


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3 Responses to “Goals Free Chapters”

  1. […] Scott H. Young has posted a nine-chapter essay on goal-setting, worth comparing with the goal-setting advice in Good Habits, Good Students.   […]

  2. […] dislike of New Years Resolutions comes from the fact that there are much better ways of going about goal setting and changing habits. There are enough good ways that it makes me want to discredit the yearly […]

  3. […] with content before commitment. I wanted to share my ideas, but being hesitant, I started by making a game (something I had more experience with at the time). Only later did I transition to doing writing […]

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