Level Tables for Goals | Timeframes for achieving your goal via my free mentoring program that guarantees success

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This is very thoughtful of you to teach us about these things. I am glad that I saw this and I would recommend it to anyone that I come across.
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Post by Mayuri Kotalawala »

Hi Scott,

So my goal is to become a Best Selling Author for kids. I have written a few poems & micro fiction. Not yet proofread by beta-readers. So is that my next move? Also I would like to write under a pen name. How do I do that?

Thank you.
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This is very kind of you. I just realized that even though I am constantly stressing about not achieving my goal, I have no such clear goal. That one made me think.
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Understanding the importance of your goals and mentoring program is crucial for motivation and success. Could you elaborate on the specific aspect of importance you'd like more information or comments on?
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Post by Mayuri Kotalawala »

Yes. According to LEVELS FOR GOALS RELATED TO SELLING BOOKS OR BECOMING A BESTSELLING AUTHOR
I should be
"Level 4 -- Finished writing and proofreading the first draft, but have not yet had any beta-readers proofread it."
So my question is- Can you put me in touch with a good beta reader to proofread my materiel or do I specifically have to post my material here, so an appropriate beta reader may find it & do what's necessary? Also need someone to help me come up with a name that isn't my own(a.k.a pen name) and establish it.
Thank you.
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I really appreciate how you've done great in listing the levels table. I look forward to signing up on your mentorship program.
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This is amazing and very thoughtful. This level tables will help people deal with procrastination and have a plan. It's like an accountability partner. I will jump on the aspect of losing weight. I really want to.
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These all tables are amazing. Will you also make a table for students, for study goals? Thank you.
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I've come to realize the significance of setting small goals and milestones, as they make the journey more manageable and build confidence for tackling larger objectives.
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Post by Nasir Shaikh »

I really like how you explain things. Your writing is great, and I'm a big fan! The level chart idea is cool, and I think I'll give it a try. Reaching the top level might be tough, but it's still a way to make progress. Thanks a lot for the helpful guide!
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Post by Zanne Crystle »

I have a lot of goals, but my main focus this year is getting my physical health in order. I'm a very sickly person so I feel like I'm starting on Level 0. I like the way you broke down the goals into levels. I''m going to take a good look at what realistic improvements I can make and break down my overall goal into many levels so it won't seem so insurmountable.
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Wow. This inspires me to demand more from myself as I know that my limitations are in my head.
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Post by Lorna Philip Enslin »

Hi Scott,

First and foremost, thank you for what you are doing, and thank you for turning my life around. I started writing reviews for Onlinebookclub in November 2022, it not only helped me to navigate my way around my new Macbook, a 70th birthday gift from generous bookclub friends some years back but inspired me to continue writing. For someone who could barely send an email 15 short months ago, I've come a long way! I can't begin to explain the joy of having my first review published and now I've lost count of the exact number!

I became guardian to my 13-year-old grandson as his Dad passed last year. I was hesitant initially, but he fills me with gratitude and hope for the future and to secure a future for him - I need to be employed. I know that being your mentee will help me in this regard and I thank you for the opportunity.

I'm simply loving every single word of your book and ponder at length over the wisdom within its pages.

I'm wondering if the goals mentioned are achievable though? the tables seem overwhelming, however, I'm determined to work at them and give it everything I've got.

Thank you once again, Scott.
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This is so detailed. For someone who has written a number of bestsellers, owns a big enterprise like onlinebookclub.org to still have the time to write copies like this, this just show great time management and mind utilization. Fascinating! I’m strictly following the pull up timeframes.
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I’ve created a daily to-do list which helps when it comes to goal
setting. When I can scratch of every task as completed - the sense of achievment is huge and brings my goals closer to realisation.
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