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Fast Tips & Tricks to Achieve Your Travel Goals
Get The Foundation Right
Set S.M.A.R.T. Travel Goals
Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-base
(If you use SlideShare you already know this!)
Example Of A SMART Travel Goal
Specific: complete an intermediate level surf camp in Uluwatu, Bali in November 2016
Measurable: get a Certificate Of Completion from the surf school
Achievable: surf schools are available, no travel restrictions, able to plan and save the $$$
Realistic: I’m already a beginner level surfer
Time-based: bookings in place for Nov 2016
Do You Have Limiting Beliefs?
Don’t let these excuses be yours:
Work is too busy
Travel is expensive
Taking the kids is impossible
Changing Your Attitude Removes Your Limits
Negativity will not stop you
Work is too busy … but there is no ‘perfect’ time
Travel is expensive … so I’ll save money with a budget
Taking the kids is impossible … yet rewarding
Do Not Spread Yourself Thin
Focus on ONE important travel goal
Get wet-your-pants excited about it
Remember, one goal at a time
Commit Publicly To Succeed
We are more afraid of public failure than death.
A Plan Stops Your Dreaming (and starts your doing)
Where are you going?
What will you do there?
How much will it cost?
(even a simple plan starts the ball rolling)