Section 1 : Add daily goal setting to your life and remove stress of long term goals.
Lecture 3 : The old way of setting goals in time versus the new way setting goals for today.00:04:00
Lecture 4 : Example of a daily goal versus a long term goal in my workflow.00:08:00
Section 2 : The benefits of daily goal setting explained.
Lecture 5 : Time spent working and enjoying long term goals versus daily.00:03:00
Lecture 6 : I can still set long term goals as long as they fall within a daily goal.00:05:00
Section 3 : Problems solved with setting goals each day instead of making long term goals.
Lecture 7 : Daily goal setting eliminates setting goals where I do not control the outcome.00:06:00
Lecture 8 : When you control the outcome of a daily goal, jealousy does not appear.00:07:00
Lecture 9 : Anything that blocks progress on a daily goal I work to eliminate.00:06:00
Lecture 10 : Days of failing to accomplish the goal become okay because of so much success.00:07:00
Lecture 11 : The data saved me from telling a story of my failure after having a baby.00:06:00
Section 4 : Tracking daily goals is essential for learning and consistency.
Lecture 12 : Microsoft Excel works for me to track my professional progress.00:04:00
Lecture 13 : MyFitnessPal works for me to track my diet, exercise, and weight.00:10:00
Lecture 14 : Mint works for me to track my finances.00:05:00
Lecture 15 : I participate in a support group each day to track my sanity.00:08:00
Lecture 16 : Prayer and inspirational books help me track my mood at morning and at night.00:07:00
Lecture 17 : Everyone helps me track my service and purpose for living.00:03:00
Section 5 : What are my daily goals and how do I practice them?
Lecture 18 : What are my 10 daily goals? Saying them out loud helps me practice them.00:03:00
Lecture 19 : Stay sane by not creating more pain and suffering for myself and others.00:07:00
Lecture 20 : Make a positive contribution to my family members and friends.00:07:00
Lecture 21 : Eat a balanced healthy diet and feel I can eat whatever I want to.00:07:00
Lecture 22 : Exercise.00:03:00
Lecture 23 : Do the right amount of something productive.00:05:00
Lecture 24 : Have some fun.00:06:00
Lecture 25 : Stay curious.00:10:00
Lecture 26 : Help someone.00:08:00
Lecture 27 : Clean up and fix up.00:08:00
Lecture 28 : Practice saying thank you and staying grateful.00:07:00
Section 6 : Building a life defined by accomplishing daily goals. How do I do it?
Lecture 29 : Nothing I get involved in is more important than my daily goals.00:05:00
Lecture 30 : Sometimes it comes down to a walk at the doctor’s office.00:05:00
Lecture 31 : Laziness is my friend and I design my life around accepting how lazy I am.00:05:00
Lecture 32 : Habits are my friend because a few good habits accomplish most all the goals.00:05:00
Lecture 33 : Anything that gets in the way of daily goals I consistently fix.00:04:00
Lecture 34 : Accepting the things I cannot change and changing the things I can.00:05:00
Section 7 : Daily goal setting looks easy. What makes it difficult and how to fix it?
Lecture 35 : This seems too easy to be really work! The mind loves complexities.00:05:00
Lecture 36 : Any sickness that exists will trample on daily goals.00:06:00
Lecture 37 : Being above or below accomplishing daily goals and humility.00:06:00
Lecture 38 : Too busy to have 10 things to do every day?00:05:00
Lecture 39 : If you see you cannot live right on your own, the only solution is to get help.00:05:00
Section 8 : Congratulations on completing the course! What next?
Lecture 40 : Thank you for finishing this course! What did it motivate you to do?00:02:00
Lecture 41 : A year later, how does my life look after doing these goals?00:08:00
Lecture 42 : What if I fail the goals?00:06:00
Lecture 43 : Practicing unconditional love for others.00:11:00