Goals and personal wealth _ Of those that had written their goal, their average personal wealth is GBP115000, whereas those who had not written their goal down, their average personal wealth was GBP295000. That\'s more than two and a half times as much! Completely contrary to the supposed Yale Study. We asked respondents when they left formal education and analyzed this against their estimated personal wealth. Those leaving formal education in the 1970\'s have an average wealth of GBP475000, 80\'s GBP195000 and 90\'s... GBP325000! It seems reasonable that those who have been in the workforce longer would have greater personal wealth and so it is... almost. The anomaly appears to be those who left formal education during the 80\'s. Those leaving in the 70\'s have generated on average 13귔 each year since leaving. 80\'s grads a miserly 7꼀 and those bright young things from the 90\'s, a whopping 21길!
Specific _ Your goal must be specific. You must have a crystal clear picture of what you expect to achieve. The mind thinks in pictures or images. Therefore, you must have a clear image of what it is that you desire. For example, you have the goal of becoming rich and retiring early from the job that you hate. Good luck with that. You will never get that because it\'s way to vague. Your goal may start out that way _ as a dream or an idea. In order to actually get there you must crystallize it into a specific vision that you can see clearly in your mind. This vague goal could be specified like this.....I am devoting at least 10 hrs every week to building a network marketing business with company XYZ to earn at least บꯠ per month in residual income. This will allow me to retire by Dec. 31st 2012.