This course will help you better understand what a goal is and how can you master the process of setting, managing and reaching to your goals.
There are 11 chapters and 2 bonuses, over 1 and a half hour of video content and supplementary materials for each chapter.
It will take about 10 days to complete the course, if you allocate around 30 minutes each day. This includes the required time to absorb the video content as well as to do your assignments.
I created this course after more than 15 years of trials and errors, as a successful serial online entrepreneur, and, more recently, as a digital nomad. You should take this course if:
- you seem not to accomplish much in your day to day activities
- you prefer thinking small by fear of not "getting there"
- you are stressed, overwhelmed, overworked and anxious
- you need a fast, easy to understand, actionable approach towards goal setting
- you want to become a better version of yourself
With more than 14 years experience of being his own boss, with several successful businesses launched - and some of them sold - with countless personal and social experiments under his belt, with 9 books written and published, Dragos Roua thinks that he still has a lot to learn. And share.
He works as a digital nomad, writes on his blog, DragosRoua.com, and connects people.
A Very Short Story About Flying
Before even thinking to enroll in this curse, let me tell you a very short story, from my first paragliding experience, in New Zealand. A couple of years ago I was traveling in the Southern Island and eventually landed in Christchurch. It's a common destination for outdoor sports and paragliding is one of the most popular. After I checked in at a motel and a short research, I booked a tandem flight for the next day, at noon.
I came at the meeting point 15 minutes earlier, looking for the van which was supposed to take me to Sumner, a small village 30km away from Christchurch. There were quite a few shiny vans at that point, but none with the logo of my paragliding tour provider. At 12 PM sharp I saw a somehow wretched car, with the signs of the company I was expecting, showing up. It wasn't in the best shape, so to speak. I got in, started to chat with the driver, who was also the paragliding instructor, and in a few minutes we found some common ground.
In the next 15 minutes I shared my time between chatting with that guy and glimpsing to the back of the van, where what I thought to be the paragliding equipment was thrown somehow randomly. The looks of the cars, the paragliding equipment, the bags in the back of the van, everything was conspiring to give me a very powerful sensation of, you, know, fear. At some point, I felt I couldn't take it anymore and and asked:
- Isn't thins thing, you, know, dangerous?
The guy looked at me for a few seconds, did some sort of a grimace and then answered in one breathe:
- You know, flying is pretty safe. It's the crashing that may be dangerous.
I relaxed in an second. Literally. The flight was amazing and I had a thrilling experience.
I'm here to teach you to fly and to show you how not to crash. Or, if you do crash, to show you how to recover.
That's what Goal Setting 101 is all about.
Looking forward to fly together :)