John Assaraf: How to Set and Achieve any Goal you Have in Your Life (Part 1)

John Assaraf gives an excellent presentation from a recorded webinar on how to set and achieve your goals. John starts off by saying, quite succinctly, that people already know how to set goals, but most of them don’t know how to achieve them. How does one go from intention to execution and then fulfillment?

Part 2 of How to Set and Achieve any Goal you Have in Your Life

John walks the talk, having gone from humble beginnings to becoming a highly successful serial entrepreneur running multi-million dollar businesses. One of his latest ventures is PraxisNow, which provides the most cutting-edge technology in personal development, incorporating the latest research findings in neuroscience about how the brain works into proven techniques for creating positive life-long changes in one’s thought patterns.

Some points of focus that John wanted to share in this video:

  1. Most people’s goals, no matter how big they seem to be right now, are too small.
  2. Find out the fundamental mistakes that people make when they’re setting their goals and how you can avoid them.
  3. How you can learn how to earn three to five times, maybe ten times more income in the next twelve months.


“Are you committed to really achieving some grand goals and making something worthwhile with your life?… The difference between interest and commitment is this. If you’re interested in achieving your goals, if you’re interested in becoming wealthy, if you’re interested in having a nice physique, if you’re interested in having a great relationship, if you’re interested in those things you won’t do what it takes. You’ll do what’s convenient, what’s easy and what everybody else does.

“However, if you make the decision to be committed then you will be able to achieve whatever goals you want to achieve no matter what, because you’ll learn what you need to learn, you’ll rehearse what you need to rehearse, you’ll practice, you’ll drill, and you’ll do everything that is needed to be done in order to achieve success.”

What do you think of John’s presentation? Do you think it will make a difference in how you set your own goals? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.


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