Why you should raise the stakes

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It might be the result of all the news lately about surveillance and privacy concerns, but here’s a pretty darn good idea which I’d like for you to consider…

What do you think would happen if I were to follow you with a camera crew 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while you went for your goals?

I bet 3 things would immediately take place…

1. You would START doing the things you know you
need to do.

2. You would STOP doing the things you know you
shouldn’t be doing.

3. You would build MASSIVE momentum and make
monumental performance gains.

THIS IS ALL possible by raising the stakes and enforcing greater levels of accountability.

Accountability serves and protects your character, credibility and commitments. It ensures that what you want to accomplish gets accomplished.

With that reality in mind, I wanted to share with you an exciting opportunity to achieve every goal you set, to enforce ultimate accountability, and show you how to start the second quarter focused and fired up.

Gary Ryan Blair, otherwise known as The Goals Guy, has put together a radical approach to goal setting and performance enhancement that truly is simply…OUTSTANDING!

It’s called the 100 Day Challenge and by acting fast, you can snag an outstanding Manifesto and free video series that over-delivers in a big way.

In my opinion, the report itself is worth its weight as it shows you how to create radical results – fast!

…and the video series ain’t too shabby either.

You’re going to love this!

The videos alone are outstanding, but please
be sure to read the Manifesto today — it’s that
good and extremely time-sensitive!

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