Call for Applications: Targets and Goals CourseTraining 30.03.2020
How does a person get things done? How does he take his dreams and plans and make them real? Many of us have ideas of what we want to do or have that often just remain something we think about. Or maybe we have problems in life or things to do that seem to be much too hard or even impossible to achieve.
People, businesses and even countries can all have trouble planning and getting things done. Looking back at history, you can find many examples of this. The ruined buildings of old cities show a lot of plans that have failed.
On the subject of organization, L. Ron Hubbard discovered many ways that people and groups can be successful. He also worked out ways to handle one of the most common difficulties people have, which is not being able to make their goals and plans become real.
In this chapter, you will find out how to achieve any goal, large or small. Plans can be completed and this is done by following some simple steps. You’ll learn what these steps are and how to use them to achieve your goals for yourself, your family, a group, a business and more. You’ll learn that your dreams can become real.
In doing this course, be very certain you never go past a word you do not fully understand. The only reason a person gives up a study or becomes confused or unable to learn is because he has gone past a word he did not understand.
The confusion or inability to understand or learn comes AFTER a word you did not know the meaning of. It might not only be the new and unusual words that you did not understand.
One of the most important facts in the whole subject of study is that you must never go past a word that you do not understand.
In every subject that you took up and then left incomplete, you will find that there were words that you read but you did not know what they meant.
So while doing this course be very, very certain you never go past a word you do not fully understand.
If what you are studying becomes confusing or you can’t seem to understand it, there will be a WORD just earlier that you have not understood.
Don’t go any further, but go back to BEFORE you got into trouble and find the word you did not fully understand. Wherever you see a word that is underlined, you can click on it and it will immediately give you the meaning of that word.
As you go through the course, you can also click on the menu at the top of each course page where it says “Glossary” (which is a list of words and what they mean) and it will take you to a list of words used in the course and give you the meaning of each.
If you cannot find the word you are looking for listed in the glossary, get a simple dictionary and look up its meaning there.
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