The Great Gordino Newsletter – Mar 18th 2015

I hope all is well with you.

As we get too the middle of March, we crack through the 10 weeks gone in 2015 mark.

10 weeks gone already? Wow.

How has the year gone so far? How are your plans and goals coming along?
Has life got in the way, as it always does?

Well, imagine if you’d had all the time between New Year and now to just work on your goals? Yep, think about how much further you would be had you spent all those 10 weeks, 10 full solid weeks with no distractions, on your goals. Would you be further forwards?

I don’t know what your individual goals are, but I do know that the answer to the question is “yes, yes you would be further forward!”

You might be thinking to yourself that this is all well and good in theory, but what’s the relevance in real life? The answer is that you *could* have 10 solid weeks to work on your goals, if you put into practice a technique I wrote about.

Here’s the article:
Would 10 Weeks Solid Working On Your Goals Help?

You may well dismiss the idea. That would be a mistake.
It’s up to you, you could let more time pass by with ‘life’ getting in the way, or you could apply the technique, take control, and make progress that may well astound you.

I’d love to hear what you think.

"Loch Ness Meteor"
Last week I featured a photo that had been around the papers, of a weasel on a woodpecker’s back, that the photographer said was a fluke. Well, there’s another photo this week.

This time it’s a meteor, shooting through a starry sky over Loch Ness in Scotland. Again the photographer, John Alasdair Macdonald, said it was a fluke – he just happened to be taking photos of the starry sky as the meteor shot over.

What a beautiful shot eh? Nessie herself would have enjoyed that one!

Ok, that’s it for this week – I wanted to just concentrate the focus on that article and the idea of the 10 weeks. I couldn’t resist including that photo once I saw it, and anyway it’s the kind of shots that makes us think about life’s possibilities, isn’t it? Use the 10 week technique, and those possibilities might start to happen!

Do let me know what you think – I love the feedback!

‘Til Next Time,
Health & happiness,
P.S. Don’t forget to get loads more motivational ideas and techniques in my book, described as ‘motivational magic!’ – Transform Your Life in 21 Days!

Do leave a comment!

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    • Ha! No, he said he happend to be out taking photos of the stars as it was such a lovely night, and the meteor shot by just as he was taking one. He called it a fluke – imagine all the pro photographers around the world gnashing their teeth at him!

  • Fluke… learned a new word here 🙂 Just wonder…was my ‘lizard encounter’ a fluke too??!! Hmmm….
    Had hope you could visit my another post as well For some reason,I thought of u as I was wrapping n ready to publish. Really want to hear your view 😉

    Goal achievement in 10weeks. Sounds awesome. Will check it out! Thanks for sharing this awesome post and yet another classic fluke! Mesmorizing!

  • What a great picture of the meteor shooting across the sky. Thank you for sharing that with us.

    Setting goals, I just completed mine about a week ago. I’m the type of a person who needs to be on a strict schedule to accomplish all the things I need to do in my life and in my business.

    At the request of another, I set goal to do on a daily basis. Each night before I go to bed I make up a list of things to do the following day and it’s working great!

    Thank you for another great post and you have an awesome day!


    • Hi Linda,
      In your comment, you’ve hit upon a technique which is the one currently at the forefront of my mind as a tool to help people, myself included.
      It’s a tip I see over and over, and there’s a reason for that, it makes perfect sense – that tip is to write a daily to do list *the night before* rather than in the morning.

      It has 2 key benefits –
      firstly, you do not waste time in the morning with your list, wondering what to do next.
      Secondly, it gives your brain a chance to work on that first task overnight, generating ideas and possible further steps.

      Keep up the momentum!