Setting Goals That Stick
Tuesday, July 24, 2012 from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
Are you one of those people who has a New Years Resolution that fails in 5 days? Are you trying to write a book, lose weight, start a company, start a blog or start anything, but you can't get out of the gate, figure out where to go and how to stay on track?
This class will help you focus on the simple things that can change your goal setting life. You'll learn how things like the fear of success, the friends you keep, perfectionism, busy work, over thinking and lack of social accountability are large hurdles holding you back.
You'll learn how mini goals, mindsets, habits, less analysis, closing the circle and action triggers can help you tremendously. Most importantly, you'll learn that you can't trust your conscious brain.
Feel free to have a goal in mind when you come to class. If not, hopefully the class will help one spark to life. Regardless, by the time you walk out the door of the class, you'll know what your next steps are.
Who Is Teaching This Class?
Bassam is the creator of a motivational framework called Colipera, which utilizes the notion of collective inspiration and personal accountability: together, be better. He conducts goal-setting classes, corporate, and group Colipera sessions, and one on one coaching through his 5-9 Maximization program. He is the author of The Accountability Effect and is currently the Director of Operations for Omnibuild, a construction management firm. He is also a co-founder of the Brooklyn-based Nomading Film Festival, a festival aimed at travelers who film their journeys. He recently co-created Magnet, a New York City based networking event that creates relationships and connects ideas.
Bassam’s personal motto is: Live. Love. And Never Stop Learning.