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Hitting Targets as a Family

In this Show

On this edition of the G and E Show Grant and Elena Cardone discuss hitting targets as a family. How do you stay excited? Most people have targets that are too small. If you came up short in May and want to have a monster June, set massive targets. Does your family even have a target? Get on the same page, set a target, and set a completion date. This sets you on purpose. It bonds the family as a team. If you operate without targets, you’ll end up in trouble. The bigger targets you’ll have the better off you’ll be. Make sure you have a minimum of three things:

1. A Target
2. Target insistence
3. Target reinforcement

Look to slaughter your August targets. Hitting targets gives you a sense of accomplishment. The accomplishment of the target should always lead to expansion and even bigger targets.

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