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50 Lessons I Learned From The World's #1 Goal Achiever

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The Secrets to Living Your Bucket List

On one eventful rainy afternoon 15 year-old John Goddard was in the kitchen and overheard his parents talking to a friend in the next room. “I wish I was John’s age again,” the friend said, noting how there were many things he would have accomplished if given another chance. “I wish I could start over.”

Goddard resolved then and ther
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Kindle Edition, 125 pages
Published February 3rd 2014 by Laurenzana Press (first published February 1st 2014)
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Javier
May 29, 2016 Javier rated it liked it
This book is about John Goddard, the man who at the age of 15 set 127 life goals of which he accomplished 111 and hundred others. I remember reading about John when I was a teenager and he inspired to set and accomplish three goals in my life: teaching myself how to speak English, teaching myself how to play the piano, and to graduate from Brigham Young University.

The book didn't have amazing ideas on how to accomplish goals, but it was entertaining enough
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Jan 20, 2016 Adriano Ariganello rated it really liked it
Another clear and concise self-help book by Vic Johnson. He does a great job of breaking down actionable steps and providing examples for how to see them through. It does get a little sycophantic regarding John Goddard at times.
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Fatherly, simple, straight to the point book on life, goal setting, living your maximum potential. Love!
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Like many of the "Chicken Soup" type books, this one offers up inspiration that will speak more to a teen than an adult. Would make a nice high school graduation gift.
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