007 | Tackling Your Goals With Tactical Precision

007 Tackling Your Goals With Tactical Precision

In this episode, I introduce the relationship between strategic goals and tactical plans, discuss why you may be failing to reach your yearly goals, and instruct on how to create a bullet-proof plan for accomplishing your big goals so there is no way you can fail.

I also talked about identifying what you should be focusing on each quarter, one of the most useful keys I’ve found to using a tactical plan, how I dealt with my latest bad day and turned it around for the better, and what tends to happen when you really put yourself out there.

I hope you enjoy my episode on tactical plans and encourage you to take the initiative and create your own tactical plan. Now let’s get to the straight talk!


What You'll Discover In This Episode:

  • Why Tactical Precision Is Needed To Achieve Your BIG Goals
  • How To Break Strategic Goals Down Into Action Items
  • The Process of Simplifying Your Goals With A Plan Of Attack
  • So Much More!

Important Resources & Links From This Episode:

The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

The Art of War by Sun Tzu

002 | The Silent Profit Thief with Darren LaCroix

005 | Creating BIG Goals Worth Pursuing

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